Thanks i have already knew that but actually i was trying to find a more mathematical or algebric proof , you know something probably includes the logarithms and using only variables instead of this logic proof so i would be grateful if u can help me :)

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TopNewestif any one can help me i would really appreciate it

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Solution by observation: \(x=3\). That makes our equation \(3=1+\omega^{3}+\omega^{6}\) which is true.

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Thanks i have already knew that but actually i was trying to find a more mathematical or algebric proof , you know something probably includes the logarithms and using only variables instead of this logic proof so i would be grateful if u can help me :)

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Solve x = 1 + w^x + w^(2*x) , where 1 , w , w^2 are the roots of unity

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