1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Find the 6th complex roots of √3 + i. 2. Relevant equations z^6=2(cos(π/6)+isin(π/6)) r^6=2, r=2^1/6 6θ=π/6+2kπ, θ=π/36+kπ/3 3. The attempt at a solution When k=0, z = 2^1/6(cos(π/36)+isin(π/36)), When k=1, z = 2^1/6(cos(13π/36)+isin(13π/36)), When k=2, z = 2^1/6(cos(25π/36)+isin(25π/36)), When k=3, z = 2^1/6(cos(37π/36)+isin(37π/36)), When k=4, z = 2^1/6(cos(49π/36)+isin(49π/36)), When k=5, z = 2^1/6(cos(61π/36)+isin(61π/36)). I just want help with plotting these roots on the complex plane. So, I am just wondering, are all roots of unity on the complex plane the same, regardless of the equation? By this, I mean, are the position of the roots the same, regardless of what the equation is?