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Alexis1994_13 Group Title

prove that (a-bi)^150+(b+ai)^150= 0 Step by step please.

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    get into mod arg form

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    the first has argument ( - tan^-1(b/a) ) the second ahs argument tan^-1 ( a/b )

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    wait not if that did much :\

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    I don't understand. :/

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    Do you mean that: (a-bi)^37*4+2 ?

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    amazing!

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    I found it pretty easier myininaya. Thank you.

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    i was expecting this to be harder

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    we can probably generalize this

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    let n=the exponent n mod 4=2

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    Answer at my last question please.

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