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## Example Questions

### Example Question #1 : Find The Roots Of Complex Numbers

Evaluate , where Â is a natural number and Â is the complex numberÂ .

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Note that,

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### Example Question #1 : Find The Roots Of Complex Numbers

What is theÂ length ofÂ

?

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We have

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Hence,

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### Example Question #1 : Find The Roots Of Complex Numbers

Solve forÂ Â (there may be more than one solution).

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Solving that equation is equivalent to solving the roots of the polynomialÂ .

Clearly, one of roots is 1.

Thus, we can factor the polynomial asÂ

so that we solve for the roots ofÂ .

Using the quadratic equation, we solve for roots, which areÂ .

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This means the solutions toÂ Â are

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### Example Question #4 : Find The Roots Of Complex Numbers

Recall thatÂ Â is just shorthand forÂ Â when dealing with complex numbersÂ in polar form.Â

### ExpressÂ Â Â in polarÂ form.

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FirstÂ we recognize that we are trying to solveÂ Â whereÂ .

ThenÂ we want to convert Â into polar form using,

Â Â andÂ .

Then since De Moivre's theorem states,

Â Â if Â is an integer,Â we can say

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### Example Question #5 : Find The Roots Of Complex Numbers

Solve for Â (there may be more than one solution).

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To solve for the roots, just set equal to zero and solve for z using the quadratic formula () : Â and now setting both Â andÂ Â equal to zero we end up with the answers Â and Â

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### Example Question #6 : Find The Roots Of Complex Numbers

Compute

Â

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To solve this question, you must first derive a few values and convert the equation into exponential form: : Â

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Now plug back into the original equation and solve: Â Â

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### Example Question #1 : Find The Roots Of Complex Numbers

Determine the length ofÂ

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, so Â

### Example Question #8 : Find The Roots Of Complex Numbers

Solve for all possible solutions to the quadratic expression:

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Solve for complex values of m using the aforementioned quadratic formula:Â

### Example Question #1 : Find The Roots Of Complex Numbers

Which of the following listsÂ all possible solutions to the quadratic expression:Â

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SolveÂ for complex values ofÂ Â using the quadratic formula:Â

### Example Question #10 : Find The Roots Of Complex Numbers

Determine the length ofÂ .

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To begin, we must recall thatÂ . Plug this in to getÂ . Length must be a positive value, so we'll take the absolute value:Â . Therefore the length is 3.

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