This problem appeared on my latest exam and I couldnt solve it. Knowing that w is a 36-primitive unit root solve:
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Originally Posted by kezman This problem appeared on my latest exam and I couldnt solve it. Knowing that w is a 36-primitive unit root solve: First what is a 36 primitive root unit? If you mean a primitive root of 36, that is wrong. 36 does not have a primitive root. And solve for what?
Sorry maybe I wasnt clear. 36-unit roots (root of unity), are all the solutions of Knowing that w is a 36-Primitive root of unity I have to solve
Originally Posted by kezman Knowing that w is a 36-Primitive root of unity I have to solve But there is nothing to solve Is that what you mean?
Yes, sorry. The exam says Calculate
In polar form we have Now, Note that Now you can finish.
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