sparki1
write the sum or difference in the
standard form a +bi
(squareroot sign 5 3i) + (2+ squareroot sign9)



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shivaniits
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what's ur equation..??
is it\[(\sqrt{5}3i)+(2+\sqrt{9})..??\]

waterineyes
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\[(\sqrt{5}  3i) + (2 + \sqrt{9}) \implies (\sqrt{5} 2) + (3i + \sqrt{9})\]

waterineyes
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Remember :
\[\sqrt{9} = i \sqrt{9} = 3i\]

waterineyes
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So:
\[(\sqrt{5} 2) + (3i + 3i) = ??\]

shivaniits
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i think then \[\sqrt{9}\]3i could be written as 0i as \[\sqrt{9}\]=3i and answer would be only real no \[\sqrt{5}2\]

waterineyes
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@uri, your girl child is looking very cute in the pic..
ha ha ha..

uri
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thats a baby boy.

sparki1
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thanks guys! that helped a lot!

waterineyes
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Oh you have two kids ??
Ha ha ha..

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@sparki1 you are welcome..