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If I've found all roots to the equation x^8=1, how does that help me to write x^8+1 as the product of four quadratic factors?
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If I've found all roots to the equation x^8=1, how does that help me to write x^8+1 as the product of four quadratic factors?
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So how does this help me to factorise x^8+1? I;m still sightly confused
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