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If z=−√2/2+√2/2 i, what is the value of −(z^−52)?
i is the imaginary unit where i^2=-1

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    z = −ã2/2+ã2/2 i = exp(3/4 pi i)

    -z^(-52) = -exp(-39 pi i)= 1

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