# Imaginary roots (1)

**Algebra**Level 3

\(x = \sqrt[3]{n}\)

\(x\) has \(3\) solutions: \(x_{1}, x_{2}\) and \(x_{3}\)

\(x_{1} = y\)

What is the sum of \(x_{2}\) and \(x_{3}\)?

Hint: Think of the complex plane

\(x = \sqrt[3]{n}\)

\(x\) has \(3\) solutions: \(x_{1}, x_{2}\) and \(x_{3}\)

\(x_{1} = y\)

What is the sum of \(x_{2}\) and \(x_{3}\)?

Hint: Think of the complex plane

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