We have:
Define .
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The equation has two distinct complex solutions, namely:
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. Thus, has two complex square roots, namely and . The solutions and of the equation are given by:
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. The complex square roots of are and (You can compute them either by the algebraic method, described in subsection 5.3, or by the trigonometric method, described in subsection 5.1).
The solutions and of the equation are given by:
and |
Noah Dana-Picard 2007-12-24