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Solve (1-i)^n = -512 - 512i

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mathwizarddud
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Jul2-08, 12:17 AM
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Solve [tex](1-i)^n = -512 - 512i[/tex] for n.
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Jul2-08, 12:24 AM
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Solve [tex](1-i)^n = -512 - 512i[/tex] for n.
as in you need help with it? Or a problem for us to do?

Anyhow...it looks relatively simple.
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Jul2-08, 01:22 AM
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I'm thinking n = 19

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Jul2-08, 02:10 AM
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Solve (1-i)^n = -512 - 512i

Even I can do that one.
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Jul2-08, 04:47 AM
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The fact that [itex](\sqrt{2})^10= 512[/itex] makes that pretty trivial.
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Jul2-08, 05:17 AM
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Quote Quote by mathwizarddud View Post
Solve [tex](1-i)^n = -512 - 512i[/tex] for n.
What is the point of this thread?
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Jul3-08, 03:43 AM
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mathwizarddud, many of us seem to be slightly irritated you constantly post these problems here in the *Homework Help* section. You may think these problems are interesting, and I'm sure they interest some other people as well, but please, post these in the general math section, all under a single thread, named something obvious like "Simple Math Problems" or alike.
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Gib Z, whether or not the question is a real homework question is irrelevant. If it's a standard textbook question, it belongs in the HW forums, and the OP is required to show original effort. Otherwise the Math forums just become a backdoor to avoiding our Guidelines for homework.


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