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Hey guys, got some questions which I need help in:
1) Express w = (10-2.(sq. root 3)i)/(1-3(sq.root 3)i) in the exponential form and hence or otherwise find the smallest +ve integer n such that w^n is a real number.
I expressed in exponential form and got w = 2e^i(\pi /3) but I got no idea how to do the 2nd part...
Another similar question which I need help in is this:
2)Given that z = (sq. root 3) + i, express z in the exponential form. Hence, find the real value of k such that z^5 + kz* = 0
Again, I only know how to express in exponential form... z = 2e^i(\pi /6)
Please help! Thanks in advance!
Many thanks guys! Yupyup I understand Q1. =) But I still can't do Q2.
2)Given that z = (sq. root 3) + i, express z in the exponential form. Hence, find the real value of k such that z^5 + kz* = 0
So, z = 2e^i(\pi /6)
After substitution, I get: 2^5e^i(5pi/6) + ke^i(-pi/6) = 0
But how do I continue?