Find the fourth roots of i in a +bi form. Hint: the half angle formula may be helpful. Can anyone help? Thanks!
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Originally Posted by reastland Find the fourth roots of i in a +bi form. Hint: the half angle formula may be helpful. First so that one fourth root is What are the other three?
It also helps to remember that there will be four fourth-roots, and they are all evenly spaced around a circle...
Thanks. I don't follow what you mean by "exp". Can you explain that a little further?
exp means e = 2.718.....
In other words, .
Originally Posted by reastland Thanks. I don't follow what you mean by "exp". Can you explain that a little further? If you are not familiar with the notation here is an elementary way to use it. Think of as where . Example: where .
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