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Find the roots of z^6 + 1 and hence resolve z^6 + 1into read quadratic factors; deduce that
cos3x = 4[cos(x) -cos(pi/6)][(cos(x) -cos(pi/2)][(cos(x) -cos(5pi/6)]

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