anonymous
  • anonymous
hey how do i put the complex number -6 into standard form
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Assuming that is the real part of the number then it would be -6+0i
anonymous
  • anonymous
do you mean \[\sqrt{-6}\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
naww just -6

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anonymous
  • anonymous
is so its \[\sqrt{-1}\sqrt{6}\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
If all you're given is -6 and told to write it as a complex number then it's -6+0i
anonymous
  • anonymous
u want it in standard form tho -6 is already a complex number
anonymous
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If -6 is a complex number then -6+0i would be standard form.

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