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is that a negative inside the radical?

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because if there is a negative inside the radical we have imaginary numbers and they aren't real
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ok...I already said it if there was a negative inside the radical , it leads to imaginary number... a.k.a i
meant yes meaning that I understood lol
\[\sqrt{-1} = i, -i \] \[\sqrt{-4} = +2i , -2i\] some algebra ii stuff xD
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so than what would that be? @UsukiDoll
what is that? can you redraw it... if the - sign is outside... it would still be real.
@UsukiDoll It's outside
ok... that won't change anything... as long as the - isn't inside we're good but what is that number inside the radical?
124
\[-\sqrt{124}\] now can we split that number so we can have a perfect square?
I think this time the perfect square number is going to be small... there is only 1 that works
\[-\sqrt{(4)(31)}\] I think you can handle this from here.
you just have to take the square root of 4...and you have the final answer.

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