# [✓] Plot complex numbers?

Posted 11 months ago
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 I have a very simple equation that I want to plot in Mathematica without Wolfram Alpha and I am having some trouble. This is the equation [ z^7 = 1 - i ] and I have used eq3 = Solve[{z^7 == 1 - i}, {z}] and found the answers eq3 = Solve[{z^7 == 1 - i}, {z}] {{z -> (1 - i)^( 1/7)}, {z -> -(-1)^(1/7) (1 - i)^(1/7)}, {z -> (-1)^(2/7) (1 - i)^( 1/7)}, {z -> -(-1)^(3/7) (1 - i)^(1/7)}, {z -> (-1)^( 4/7) (1 - i)^(1/7)}, {z -> -(-1)^(5/7) (1 - i)^( 1/7)}, {z -> (-1)^(6/7) (1 - i)^(1/7)}} but I want to plot them now but Plot function doesn't plot it. I tried ContourPlot and DensityPlot and neither of these functions is plotting it. please help! I would really appreciate a link to the functions that plot this. I searched but I can't find anything
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Posted 11 months ago
 You may try Graphics or ListPlot: eq3 = Solve[z^7 == 1 - I, z]; Graphics[Point[ReIm[z /. eq3]]] ListPlot[ReIm[z /. eq3]]