# calculus

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Hi i need help for calcul with a Moivre's theorem:
( 1/2 ( -1 - i√3 )) ^3

• calculus -

convert (x,y) to (r,θ)
1/2 ( -1 - i√3 ) = (1,4π/3)

(re)n = rneinθ

(1,4π/3)3 = (13,4π) = (1,4π)
in (x,y) that's (1,0)

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