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prove that u(z+zw)={+1,-1,+w,-w,+w^2,-w^2}

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In summary, the problem asks to prove that u(z+zw)={+1,-1,+w,-w,+w^2,-w^2}. However, the conversation suggests that there may be missing information or context, making it difficult to provide a proper proof.

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prove that u(z+zw)={+1,-1,+w,-w,+w^2,-w^2}

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abs said:prove that u(z+zw)={+1,-1,+w,-w,+w^2,-w^2}

You may as well ask us to prove that if the sky is green then faeces smell like roses...

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Prove It said:You may as well ask us to prove that if the sky is green then faeces smell like roses...

If the sky is green, then a storm is coming.

If the storm comes, many things will be blown away, including faeces and roses. This, in turn, makes their smells mixed up.

Sorry, couldn't resist.

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Seriously, there must be more to this problem. What are you toldabs said:prove that u(z+zw)={+1,-1,+w,-w,+w^2,-w^2}

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