Hi all,
I am having trouble getting the answer to:
[(1-sqrt(3)i)/ (sqrt(3) + i)]^7
where i = complex number
Thanks in advance,
ArTiCk
I have already converted the numbers into polar form...
i have it = e^(-7i*pi/3)/ [e^(7i*pi/6)]
The trouble i have is that i tried converting e^(-7i*pi/3) into Cartesian form as well as the denominator... but i am having trouble with the nominator. What i did was:
e^(-7i*pi/3) = cos(-7*pi/3) + i*sin(-7*pi/3) = cos (-2*pi - pi/3) + i*sin(-2*pi -pi/3) = cos(-pi/3) + i*sin(-pi/3)
I think it is there where i have gone wrong, help would be appreciated
Thanks, ArTiCk