I don't understand why roots of unity are evenly distributed? Every time when we calculate roots of unity, we get one result and then plus the difference in degree, but I think this follows the rule of even distribution and I don't understand that, it is easy to be trapped in a reasoning cycle.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

how to prove it using mathematics?

Thank you

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# Roots of unity

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