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    see attached please expand on and explain the attached work

    ie how does one make the transformations shown in equation 1 and 2 and 3...please show this work in complete, painful detail

    I have given this as a new post as I believe it is outside the original post

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    There are 2 complex numbers Z that satisfy Z^n = 1 and {(Z+1)^n} =1 (n not equal to 0) for some positive integer n. Find Z.


    Every complex number z can be expressed in the exponential form
    ( 1)
    which comes from the common algebraic form
    ( 2)
    If we represent the complex number z in the xOy plane, we observe that
    ( 3)
    so that the expression (2) becomes:
    ( 4)
    Using ...

    Solution Summary

    The expert determines how one makes the transformations shown in equation 1 and 2.