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axes not aces

Man I know how to do this, but not sure how to explain it /:

Once I have all that, it should look like this: https://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=x^7-1%3D0 ?

For the bottom graph

If you click on approximate form you can get the decimal values.

Is it okay if I have help with the graphing?

yes

there is a picture here
http://prntscr.com/7h01sn

But it doesn't have the radian values. Is there a way to graph it with the radians there?

You mean on your graph? There isn't shown pi/7.

The best you can do is estimate where to plot it

Okay

the first point is (1,0) that is clear

then the next point is (cos 2pi/7, sin(2pi/7))
where is the angle 2pi/7 relative to pi/6 and pi/6

all the points will be on the unit circle

|dw:1434318947436:dw| Would I draw it at the first mini circle in this graph?

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The dot is (1,0)?

http://prntscr.com/7h04hm

okay, thanks

The rest are drawn around the 1 area?

Should I draw a line connecting the dot?

pi/4 is 45 degrees
pi/3 is 60 degrees
So the second point will be between these two angles.

52.5 ok

I meant to the center, like wolfram. Do you think that would be fine, or should I leave it be?

http://prntscr.com/7h06t4

I don't see wolfram plotting to the center, can you show me?

There is a line connecting the dots to the center. It's grey.

I see it now. Those are optional.

The main thing are the points.

okay, cool

Can you help me with the rest of the points?

convert the radian angles to degrees, that might be easier

Cool. Thanks for the help! I gave you a medal :)

Your welcome :)