Unformatted text preview: ts of the equation, expressing them in polar coordinates. b) Draw an Argand diagram clearly indicating the positions of the four roots. You do not need to calculate the rectangular coordinates of the roots. 38. Consider the equation z 6 − z 4 + 4z 2 − 4 = 0. a) Show that z = ±1 are solutions of the equation. b) Find the other four solutions of the equation, and express them in rectangular form. c) Draw an Argand diagram clearly showing all six solutions of the equation. 39. Find in polar form the...
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 Math, Calculus

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