I'm trying to find the: 4 4th roots of [itex] {\sqrt{3}} [/tex] + i .(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

So I made a Cartesian plane and graphed radical 3 and 1.. but these numbers can be in 2 quadrants, 1st and 3rd.

r=2 ==> 2([itex] {\sqrt{3}} [/tex] + i) ===> 2(cos 30+isin 30)

=4rad2(cos 7.5+isin 7.5)

Would I also use 2(cos 210+isin210) ??? Thanks..

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# Roots of Complex Numbers, Help!

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