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put a = 1
separate the odd and even powers and plug in (√3)i for b. Even ones first,
Add 64 + 0, answer is 64.
I got -26, I don't remember how, but I used binomial theorem. It is wrong I believe
Do you know how to apply De Moivre's theorem here?
whenever i do binomial theorem, i keep getting the same thing, but its wrong
You can use binomial theorem,or you can use moivre's formula(i may have spelled incorrectly)-