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I'm trying to use DeMoirre's Theorem to compute and express this in rectangular form. Here's the expression:

(-1 + i)^5

The ^ means it's to that power. It's to the fifth power.

Any help would be appreciated.

Figured it out myself. 4 - 4i is the answer.

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