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well if you want to get rid of the i just square both top and bottom 3^2 4^2 i^2
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you should come up with 9/16(1) = 9/16 =  9/16 , simplify and thats your answer
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it is asking you to divide, not square multiply top and bottom by \(i\) get \[\frac{3}{4i}=\frac{3}{4i}\times \frac{i}{i}=\frac{3i}{4i^2}=\frac{3i}{(4)(1)}=\frac{3i}{4}\]
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