Complex CUBEROOTs of UNITY.

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We Know that solutions of " \(z^{3}\) = 1" are commonly called the cube roots of unity.

This equation has one real solution, z = 1, but it also has two complex solutions.

The complex number (x + iy) can be represented by a vector in the complex plane, as shown in Figure.

The Cube Roots of Unity when represented on Argand Diagram form the vertices of ..............

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