anonymous
  • anonymous
How do you rationalize negative square root 3/5?
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eujc21
  • eujc21
sqrt(-1) = i
anonymous
  • anonymous
Is that the answer?
eujc21
  • eujc21
no I'm letting you know that \[\sqrt{-1* 3/5} =.....\]

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Oh I was wondering....
anonymous
  • anonymous
My calculator doesn't do negative uner the square root it says error
eujc21
  • eujc21
I understand, but this is to fundamentally understand that a -1 under a square root is = to i
anonymous
  • anonymous
Oh I know that but the negative is outside of the square root
anonymous
  • anonymous
I learned I last year
anonymous
  • anonymous
definition: \[\sqrt{(-1)} = i \] using that definition, you should have something like this \[\sqrt{(-3/5)} = \sqrt{(-1)}\sqrt{(3/5)}\] applying the definition you get \[i \sqrt{(3/5)}\]

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