Posted by **John** on Wednesday, March 27, 2013 at 7:09pm.

Suppose z is a complex number such that z^5 = -\sqrt{3} + i and z = \sqrt[5]{2} ( \cos n^{\circ} + i \sin n^{\circ}) , where 270 < n < 360 . Find the exact value of n .

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