Could anyone please help me with simplifying radicals? -15

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Could anyone please help me with simplifying radicals? -15

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√(-15) is the problem?
\[\sqrt{-15}\]
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it is odd and cannot be simplfied
ok so if you break it into it's factors you get √(-1)(3)(5) √(-1) = i the rest cannot be simplified so you have i√15 for an answer
√49 is also odd but simplifies to 7 mmolina
so the answer is -1/15
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no, the answer is: i*srqr(15)
i squared as in india type of i?
\[i*\sqrt{15}\]
hmm never heard of that before. what rule is that derived from?
i is the imaginary unit √(-1) because you cannot take the square root of a negative number.
okay. let me try that...
set in you personal calculator \[\sqrt{-1}\] this will give you an error as the answer. So every time you have an expresion like that you have to write an i in front of the root and make the number inside the root positive.
the entire problem is quadratic formulas which is -1 +/- \[\sqrt{-15}/2\]
then there are no real solutions
I have the left side down and the fraction beneathe, but complicated fixing right side. is that possible for a solution set? the answer must be two separate numbers
not always, quadratics have AT MOST 2 solutions but can have only one or no real solutions, this appears to be a classic no real solutions problem
the solutions to a quadratic are where the graph crossed the x-axis, if you graph the original problem does it cross the x-axis?
there is no graphing, and there is no option for no solution--there is indeed a solution. haha
It might make things simpler if you tell us what the original problem is.
it must form an equation with only addition and subraction signs between them
I did if you look above
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hello?
did you not understand it?
I understand that you have simplified the original problem but if you post what the quadratic is then we could verify that your solutions are correct.

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