Find the cube roots of 1
Find the cube roots of 1 using De Moivre's theorem or the cube roots of unity using De Moivre's theorem. Related to QQI mathematics 5N1833.
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In this video I will explain and find spherical unit vector conversions of r(hat)=? theta(hat)=? phi(hat)=?
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Thank you sir for great explanation.
Thank you so much for this brilliant explanation!! I was literally struggling to derive this geometrically.
Come to geometrically, I've seen a proof where ϴ is made as the derivative of r with respect to ϴ. What is the name of that kind of proof called ?
Thank u sir for clearing my understanding ???
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MIT 8.01 Classical Mechanics, Fall 2016
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Nice lecture professor! But at 0:56 don't you think that the bound at 2π should be open because here 0 and 2π mean the same.
A popular explanation i hope you add the translation in Arabic later ❤️