Math Help - Find the roots of a complex number

1. Find the roots of a complex number

[2(cos(pi/3)+isin(pi/3))]^(.5)

I simplified it to 2^(.5) * (cos(pi/6)+isin(pi/6)), but I have no idea what else to go to.

Any tips would be very helpful,
2. You have not simplified anything. You have demonstrated half of DeMoivre's formula. Now move on to the other half. You should find two solutions separated by $\pi$.
3. What are $sin(\pi/6)$ and $cos(\pi/6)$? You should be able to give exact values. ( $\pi/6$ radians is the same as 30degreees.)