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# Solving Complex Variable Equations : DeMoivre's Theorem

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Find the values of:

i^(Sqrt(3))

cos(pi*sqrt(3)[1/2+2k]) + i.sin(pi*sqrt(3)[1/2+2k]), for any integer k.

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this is a neat application of de moivre's formula; indeed, this should remind you of how to extract roots of complex numbers! as a first step you would need to write the base of the exponent in polar form, so

i = 0 + 1i = cos (pi/2) + i sin (pi/2)

but the effect of ...

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