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Not necessarily a question, but what are your views on what i is when i^2=-1?

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    i=sqrt(-1)

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    i is just that. It is used to denote \[\sqrt{-1}\] and is also used to multiply the magnitude of the imaginary parts on complex numbers

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    the imaginary part of a complex number is a measure of what stage the phasing is in, then true value of the numbers is oscillating in the complex plane, (going in and out of phase)

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