I need to find the real and imaginary values of z^5, when z = 2-2i
I got r = 2 sqrt(2) and theta = -pi/4
However now I am stuck. I tried to put it into the form r^k e^(i k theta)
and got (2 rt(2)) ^5 * e^(-5pi/4) but then I don't know what to do to find the real and imaginary parts.
What should I do?
Thank you
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Fernando Revilla