# Complex Solutions (Roots) of Complex Number Using Exponential (Euler) Form: Z^4=-64

This video explains how to use Euler’s form (Exponential Form) of a complex number to determine complex roots or solutions.

# Complex Solutions (Roots) of Complex Number Using Exponential (Euler) Form: Z^4=-72+72sqrt(3)i

This video explains how to use Euler’s form (Exponential Form) of a complex number to determine complex roots or solutions.

# Complex Solutions (Roots) of Complex Number Using Exponential (Euler) Form: Z^3=8i

This video explains how to use Euler’s form (Exponential Form) of a complex number to determine complex roots or solutions.

# Complex Solutions (Roots) of Complex Number Using Exponential (Euler) Form: Z^2=-2+2sqrt(3)i

This video explains how to use Euler’s form (Exponential Form) of a complex number to determine complex roots or solutions.

# Complex Solutions (Roots) of Complex Number Using Exponential (Euler) Form: Z^2=2i

This video explains how to use Euler’s form (Exponential Form) of a complex number to determine complex roots or solutions.

# Approx. Complex Solutions (Roots) of Complex Number Using Exponential (Euler) Form: Z^2=-3-7i

This video explains how to use Euler’s form (Exponential Form) of a complex number to determine complex roots or solutions.

# Ex: Solve a Trigonometric Equation Using a Calculator (sin(x)=-0.36)

This video explains how to find the solutions to a trig equation on the interval [0,2pi) using a calculator.

# Ex 2B: Solving a Trigonometric Equation with a Multiple Angle Using Substitution

This video solving a trig equation with a multiple angle using substitution.  Arcsine is used to find the initial angle.

# Ex 1B: Solving a Trigonometric Equation with a Multiple Angle Using Substitution

This video solving a trig equation with a multiple angle using substitution.  Reference triangles are used.

# Ex 1: Solve a Basic Trig Equation Using the Unit Circle and Reference Triangles

This video explains how to solve a basic trigonometric equation with solutions that can be found using the unit circle and reference triangles.  Both methods are discussed.