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Answer on Question #44085 Math - Complex AnalysisIf x = a + b, y = a + b and z = a + b where and are complex cube roots of unity.Show that = 3 + 3 .SolutionSince, , are the complex cube roots of unity. We take = and = 2 . Now, ...

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