If c is a negative number in the equation x^2 = c, how does that affect your ability to solve the equation for different values of n? Explain.
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hmmm I know that if we square root both sides and c ends up being a negative number inside the radical, we will have a problem. Since negative signs aren't allowed in radicals, the result is imaginary and an i is written.
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hmmm trying to think what else is there... but we can't let c be negative numbers because once we square root that equation both sides... that c will have a negative sign inside the radical and we'll have an imaginary result which is denoted as i