anonymous
  • anonymous
can anyone pls give me difficult grade 10 question to solve?
Mathematics
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  • lgbasallote
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anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks @igbasallote
anonymous
  • anonymous
prove that the sum of n roots of unity is equal to 0.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
fool for math failed to solve it
anonymous
  • anonymous
@myko Let ε0 = 1, ..., εN-1 be the vertices of a regular N-gon inscribed on the unit circle. Show that the sum of all εk, k = 0, ..., N-1, equals zero. After a suitable adjustment (rotation) of the axes, the vertices of a regular N-gon inscribed in a unit circle can be identified with the Nth roots of unity, so that εk = e2πk·i/N. Thus we are looking into the value of the sum ∑ = ∑ εk = ∑ e2πk·i/N, k = 0, ..., N - 1. In [Trigg, #213] the problem is posed a little differently: Prove that the sum of all vectors from the center of a regular n-gon to its vertices is zero.
anonymous
  • anonymous
this is just a statment of the problem, you copied the wrong thing, :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
copie the proof

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