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Im going to try and post this question again and see what happens... hopefully it wont freeze on me... Perform the operation 6 + SR (-18) all divided by 3

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  1. anonymous
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    \[6+\sqrt{-18}/3\]

  2. anonymous
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    i believe you would simplify the 6 to 2 and the 3 to a 1. but for the sqrt i don't know if you have to use the imaginary number (i) or not to simplify it.

  3. anonymous
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    you could simplifty it to 3x3x2. since you have two threes but them one the outside of the root like so..\[3\sqrt{2}\] but i don't know what to do with the negative..

  4. anonymous
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    that is where my concern is... I dont know what to do with the negitive

  5. anonymous
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    what math are you taking?

  6. anonymous
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    college math 2- elementary and intermediate algebra

  7. anonymous
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    were you the one asking me about intermediate algebra yesterday? but i might have it hold on.

  8. anonymous
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    idk if it was yesterday but I was on here the other day

  9. anonymous
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    im reading that your supposed to use ( i ) to replace the negative. did you learn something with i?

  10. anonymous
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    i havent really learned anything, I am going to college online and its all pretty much "self taught"

  11. anonymous
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    hmm well my guess would be either \[2+3i \sqrt{2}\] or\[2+3\sqrt{2i}\]

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    thank you, from what I have gathered from the rest of my assignments, as long as the work is shown no matter what you get the credit... thank you again for your help!

  13. anonymous
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    of course! functions and rations are DIFFICULT!! but i'm gladd i could help :0]

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