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So for example is z=2+3i.

z^0=1 => (2+3i)^0=1. I am correct? I know that all numbers in zero make us one,but it works with complex numbers too?

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So for example is z=2+3i.

z^0=1 => (2+3i)^0=1. I am correct? I know that all numbers in zero make us one,but it works with complex numbers too?

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It works in the case of complex numbers as well.

In general, though, the topic of exponentiation and logarithms of complex numbers is a nasty subject, where we have to be very careful when dealing with them.

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Alright. Thank you !!!

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