Example of imaginary numbers, Mathematics

Example of Imaginary Numbers:

Example 1:

Multiply √-2  and √-32

Solution:

(√-2)( √-32) = (√2i)( √32i)

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=√64 (-1)

=8 (-1)

=-8

Example 2:

Divide √-48 by √-3

Solution:

√-48/√-3 = √48i/√3i

=√48/3

=√16

=4

 

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