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\(y=(\sqrt2)^{(\frac{7\pi i}{4})}\\ y=2^{(\frac{7\pi }{8}i)}\\ log y=log 2^{(\frac{7\pi }{8}i)}\\ ln y=(\frac{7\pi }{8}i) ln 2\\ e^{ln y}=e^{(\frac{7ln 2\pi }{8}i) }\\ y=e^{(\frac{7(ln 2)\pi }{8})i }\\ y=cos(\frac{7(ln 2)\pi }{8})+isin(\frac{7(ln 2)\pi }{8})\)

You had better check that very carefully.

Melody Apr 24, 2019