If z=a+bi, where a and b are real, use the binomial theorem to find the real and imaginary parts of z^5 and (z*)^5, (z*) stand for conjugate of z

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- Jul 31st 2006, 01:27 AMkingkaisai2Complex number-binomial theorem, real and imaginary
If z=a+bi, where a and b are real, use the binomial theorem to find the real and imaginary parts of z^5 and (z*)^5, (z*) stand for conjugate of z

- Jul 31st 2006, 04:02 AMSoroban
Hello, kingkaisai2!

Exactly*where*is your difficulty?

. . You don't know the binomial theorem?

. . You can't handle ?

. . You just want to check your answer?

. . (It would be considerate to show us your answer.)

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