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please help me with this square root problem...

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\[\left( -5-\sqrt{-9} \right)^{2}\]
16+i10*9^1/2
well what is -5 *-5? remember negative times negative is a positive then what is rt-9^2?

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25 and 3 right?
and rvgupta, i come up with that answer too but its not one of my multiple choice options
25 is correct, but if you sq rt a number and then sq it again you get the original number
so you've rooted it but not re-squared it
so it is 9?
16
is that an option?
for some reason i keep coming up with 16-10i\[\sqrt{9}\]
there is 16 + 30i
where did the 10i come from?
i am not really sure... i know i worked it out wrong, and 10i isnt even an option....
yes
think of it this way -5*-5 -rt9*-rt9 -5*-rt9 -5*-rt9 and add all those together
16+30i

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