How do I solve this complex equation? Thanks!?
Determine all the solutions to following equation:
i^2 = -1
one solution is z=1
- gAytheistLv 67 years ago
Actually, 1 is NOT a solution. Just substitute 1 into the expression to get
1 - 1 + 1 -i -i + 1 = 2 -2i ≠ 0
In fact, z =-1, or ±i are not solutions.
Are you sure you wrote down the equation correctly? I tried Wolframalpha.com on the problem and it was able to find all 4 roots but they're all complex and messy.