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De Moivre’s Theorem
formula used to find the n th power or n th roots of a complex number; states that, for a positive integer n , z n is found by raising the modulus to the n th power and multiplying the angles by n

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Questions & Answers
what is the period of cos?
your question might not seem clear as you asked. ask well to get perfect answers
put your question on a table
I'm willing to help you Mr Siyamthemba
Patrick
if tan alpha + beta is equal to sin x + Y then prove that X square + Y square  2 I got hyperbole 2 Beta + 1 is equal to zero
sin^4+sin^2=1, prove that tan^2tan^4+1=0
what is the formula used for this question? "Jamal wants to save $54,000 for a down payment on a home. How much will he need to invest in an account with 8.2% APR, compounding daily, in order to reach his goal in 5 years?"
i don't need help solving it I just need a memory jogger please.
Kuz
how to solve an expression when equal to zero
gave your expression then i solve
Kavita
Hy guys, I have a problem when it comes on solving equations and expressions, can you help me 😭😭
Thuli
Tomorrow its an revision on factorising and Simplifying...
Thuli
What is the value of log1
Masum
the value of log1=0
Kavita
What is the value of i^i
Masum
tan20°×tan30°×tan45°×tan50°×tan60°×tan70°
Find the value of x between 0degree and 360 degree which satisfy the equation 3sinx =tanx
what is the standard form of 1
Evalute exponential functions
The sides of a triangle are three consecutive natural number numbers and it's largest angle is twice the smallest one. determine the sides of a triangle
Will be with you shortly
Inkoom
3, 4, 5 principle from geo?
sounds like a 90 and 2 45's to me
that my answer
Neese
prove that [a+b, b+c, c+a]= 2[a b c]
i can prove
[a+b+b+c+c+a]=2[a+b+c]
x exposant 4 + 4 x exposant 3 + 8 exposant 2 + 4 x + 1 = 0
x exposent4+4x exposent3+8x exposent2+4x+1=0
HERVE
How can I solve for a domain and a codomains in a given function?
Thank you I mean range sir.
Oliver
Source:
OpenStax, Algebra and trigonometry. OpenStax CNX. Nov 14, 2016 Download for free at https://legacy.cnx.org/content/col11758/1.6
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