TeachMeFinance.com - explain De Moivre's theorem
De Moivre's theorem The term 'De Moivre's theorem' as it applies to the area of basic math can be defined as 'a method to find the exponential value of an imaginary number; given any nonzero complex number z and any integer n, the nth power of z, rCiS(?)=r(cos ?+isin ?) is ZM = (r(cos ? + isin ?))M = rM((cosn? + isinn?) = rM CiS(n?)'.
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