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PAGE: 589SET: ExercisesPROBLEM: 53
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The complex number is .

Convert the complex number into polar form.


The polar form of is .

Find the cube roots of .

Theorem :

If is a positive integer, the complex number  has exactly  distinct complex roots.

The complex roots are , where .


Substitute .


Substitute .


Substitute .


The complex fourth roots of are , , and .


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