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anyone good at solving nth roots?

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depends
don't ask us to find the nth root of a number if it's n is a convoluted complex number ;)
^3sqroot 88 ^3sqroot -222 -^4sqroot 0.34 ^5sqroot 500

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confused...draw it
\[\sqrt[3]{88} \] \[\sqrt[3]{-222}\] \[-\sqrt[4]{0.34}\] \[\sqrt[5]{500}\]
i dont even know what are they? i mean i used to did it earlier dont rememebr...but i can help u if u tell me the topic
@Best_Mathematician , it's de moivre's theorem. I have a bit of a headache right now so I'm letting up on the thinking - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Root_of_unity is what you are looking for.
blows my mind...haha...never took tht class sorry
its ok its just my alg 2 homework @Best_Mathematician
really i cant remember algebra lol...
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@Best_Mathematician , oopsies, I gave you the right names, but wikipedia likes to include a lot of high-level info on all maths subjects this is more friendly http://www.cliffsnotes.com/study_guide/De-Moivres-Theorem.topicArticleId-11658,articleId-11634.html
oh i remeber this...but tbh i getta go and search for my question

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