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  • 5 years ago

Can someone check this answer for me? Which of the following is equivalent to i14? A.)i B.)-i C.)-1 D.)1

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  1. anonymous
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    i got B

  2. anonymous
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    what was your answer?

  3. anonymous
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    what does i14 mean?

  4. anonymous
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    i think its the equivalent

  5. anonymous
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    If it is simply i14, the answer is still i since you're just simply multiplying. If you mean \[i ^{14}\] the answer is B.

  6. anonymous
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    Thank you :)

  7. anonymous
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    You're welcome. Since you already have this choices, once you encounter this problem again always do this. Simply divide the exponent of the i by 4 and if the remainder is 1 then answer is i; remainder is 2 answer is -1 remainder is 3, answer is -i remainder is 0, answer is 1.

  8. anonymous
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    the answer must be C = -1 because i^14=i^2= -1

  9. anonymous
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    wait is it c or b?

  10. anonymous
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    it ur question had i^15 then it would have been equal to i^3 which equals to -i. But in this case answer is B , IF i stands for iota.

  11. anonymous
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    pls fan me if u like my help...thanx

  12. anonymous
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    gud luck with ur maths

  13. anonymous
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    i stands for imaginary number. i.e sqrt(-1) I dont know what iota is.

  14. anonymous
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    iota means a very small quantity as far as i understand

  15. anonymous
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    iota = sqrt(-1).

  16. anonymous
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    the one which u r talking about that is EPSILON

  17. anonymous
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    IOTA cant be a small quantity becoz its imaginary

  18. anonymous
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    katie, \[i ^{1}= i, i ^{2}=-1 , i ^{3}= -i, i ^{4}=1\]

  19. anonymous
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    from wikipedia, In mathematics and statistics, a unit vector is often denoted by a lowercase iota letter with a superscript caret: .

  20. anonymous
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    Sorry. it is C

  21. anonymous
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    Hey...congrats...now we have a concensus on the answer...good one...

  22. anonymous
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    from thefreedictionary, iota - a tiny or scarcely detectable amount

  23. anonymous
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    yes, the answer is C.

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