# I found new solution for this problem

#### yoyo145

hi every on​
for omega "cubic roots for 1"​
what do you think ?

#### mathman

Forum Staff
I think you need to clarify what you are doing.

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#### yoyo145

If you don't understand anything, see video or reply to me.

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#### mathman

Forum Staff
Small print is an obstacle.

#### yoyo145

Hmm, I can't type omega or power in your forum??

You can save them and zoom.

Or open in new tape and zoom.

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#### yoyo145

Please if you like my explanation hit like

#### skipjack

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As Ï‰ + Ï‰Â² = -1, (1 - Ï‰)(1 - Ï‰Â²) = 1 - Ï‰ - Ï‰Â² + Ï‰Â³ = 2 + 1 = 3.
Similarly, each successive pair of factors has product 3.

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#### yoyo145

But why you are taking successive pairs?

I think 2n means the number of our factors.

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#### skipjack

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As there are 2n factors, there are n pairs of factors.

I used successive pairs of factors because each such pair has product 3.