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hm i have no idea how to even start this...

is this supposed to be w raised to the 6th power?

ah yes it is sorry

is this
\[w^6=-64i\]?

if so this is not so bad.

yes it is
\[w ^{6} = -64i\]

you just take the 6th root, right sat?

hello math girl. this site is very slow for me tonight

figure out what number you multiply by itself 6 times

that gives you 64, and then stick on i on it

where'd the trig stuff come from?

degrees means it is easier for me to divide and get whole number not write fractions in latex

i must be confused about the type of problem here

how do yo know its 270?

oh how to i know it is 270?

what math class is this? i never learned this stuff

you can do this as soon as you learn trig

abtrehearn answer more elegant

how did you get that angle 3pi/2
when it looks like im meant to go tan 0/2

oh... click

no wonder the 6th root of it is pi/2?

then for the next one add 360 again to get 990 and divide by 6 to get 165 etc

this is certainly not the elegant way to do it, but it gets the point across