1. clamin

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2. clamin

i have to solve this equation by taking square roots

3. anonymous

yes. So now take the square root of the top and the bottom so you get $i \sqrt{6}/\sqrt{4}$

4. anonymous

Does the i make sence on how it got there?

5. clamin

$r=2\sqrt{6}$

6. clamin

@Audeezy

7. clamin

is the i in front of 2??

8. anonymous

Think you should be with $i \sqrt{6}/\sqrt{4}$ or $i \sqrt{6}/2$ not 100% on where to go from there, sorry, idk why its not comign to me

9. jim_thompson5910

@Audeezy has the right idea and half of the answer There are 2 answers and they are $\Large r = \frac{i\sqrt{6}}{2} \ \ \text{ or } \ \ r = -\frac{i\sqrt{6}}{2}$ I'm using the idea that if x^2 = 4, then x = 2 or x = -2

10. anonymous

Completely swooshed the +- of sq. root.