Easy but complex

Algebra Level pending

A complex number \(z\) follows the following formula

\[\sqrt[2n+1]{z} = 1, r_1, \ldots r_{2n+1}\]

Where \(n\) is any positive integer which satisfies

\[n \geq 1\]

and \(r_x\) is a root.

Out of the following, which is equal to the sum of the roots.

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