25Jan - and then multiply this ratio by 1, 2, 3 and 4....

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Tofollow up from lecture. ... Basicallyone takes the present angle (in this case 2 π ), divide it by the number ofroots requested (here, 4)
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Unformatted text preview: and then multiply this ratio by 1, 2, 3 and 4. ..giving us 2 /4 [j],4 /4 [ 1], 6 /4 [ j]and8 /4 [1]. Similarly, the cube roots of 1 are at angles of 2 /3, 4 /3 and 6 /3 (=2 =0). 25Jan Page 15 25Jan Page 16 25Jan Page 17 25Jan Page 18...
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