Take index = 2. Does this mean the radicand is a square of some number? If yes, is there any number whose square is a negative number? If not, can the radicand be negative?

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Take index = 2. Does this mean the radicand is a square of some number? If yes, is there any number whose square is a negative number? If not, can the radicand be negative?

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If the radicand is a negitive number disregard the - sign and automaticaly pull an i out of the equation indicating that the number is now in the imaginary number system
yes, it means that the radicand is the square of some number. yes, the square of an imaginary number is i is -1
then just solve the rest of the radicand like you normally would

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Thank you all so much...I think I understand better.

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