Hello guys...we know that the roots of unity are for that example z^n=1 possible just for n = all positive numbers

what would happen if n = 0 or any non positive number?

thanks

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- Jun 17th 2011, 01:39 PMdomenfrandolicRoots of unity
Hello guys...we know that the roots of unity are for that example z^n=1 possible just for n = all positive numbers

what would happen if n = 0 or any non positive number?

thanks - Jun 17th 2011, 01:56 PMAlso sprach ZarathustraRe: Roots of unity
- Jun 17th 2011, 01:59 PMPlatoRe: Roots of unity
- Jun 18th 2011, 11:01 AMdomenfrandolicRe: Roots of unity
hm...ok that makes sense that it comes to be 1/z^n=1...but like what happens then?how do i find solutions?are the same rools of the roots of unity applied?will we have for z^n=1 where n=-3 as an example three answers in a unit circle?

thanks - Jun 18th 2011, 12:51 PMAlso sprach ZarathustraRe: Roots of unity