Apr 4, 2012 Thread starter #1 A Amer Active member Mar 1, 2012 275 how to find the complex root of [tex]z^5 = 0 [/tex] there is one real root 0

Apr 5, 2012 #2 E Evgeny.Makarov Well-known member MHB Math Scholar Jan 30, 2012 2,492 This equation has a single complex root, i.e., 0.

Apr 5, 2012 #3 D dwsmith Well-known member Feb 1, 2012 1,673 Evgeny.Makarov said: This equation has a single complex root, i.e., 0. Click to expand... with a multiplicity of 5.

Evgeny.Makarov said: This equation has a single complex root, i.e., 0. Click to expand... with a multiplicity of 5.