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## #1 2006-10-12 04:56:37

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### Simplifying Simple i Terms (Intermediate)

Simplifying Simple i Terms - Intermediate Level

Express in simplest terms, in terms of i.

1. i1
2. i3
3. i0
4. i19
5. (i12)15
6. i16 + i11
7. i18 + i13
8. (i6)30
9. i25 - i20
10. i29 × i14
11. i23
12. i36 ÷ i32
13. i37 - i2
14. (i28)33
15. i8
16. i34 × i44
17. i50 + i40
18. i49 ÷ i17

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Last edited by Devanté (2006-10-12 04:58:06)

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this is so easy
i^1 = i

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2. i^3 = -1
3. i^0 = 0
4. i^19 = -i
5. 1

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## #4 2006-10-12 05:33:25

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### Re: Simplifying Simple i Terms (Intermediate)

You can answer them too, if you like.

## #5 2006-10-12 05:34:14

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### Re: Simplifying Simple i Terms (Intermediate)

that is easy i have done few problems like that in one of my test. very easy but only if you had a calculator.
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## #6 2006-10-12 05:35:15

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### Re: Simplifying Simple i Terms (Intermediate)

http://www.algebrahelp.com/calculators/

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## #7 2006-10-12 05:37:53

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### Re: Simplifying Simple i Terms (Intermediate)

There is a calculator built into your computer, most likely.

## #8 2006-10-13 05:53:36

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### Re: Simplifying Simple i Terms (Intermediate)

how can i^3 be -1, if you dont know the value of i?

## #9 2006-10-13 06:57:50

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### Re: Simplifying Simple i Terms (Intermediate)

#### Kurre wrote:

how can i^3 be -1, if you dont know the value of i?

we do, i = √(-1)

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## #10 2006-10-21 19:03:28

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### Re: Simplifying Simple i Terms (Intermediate)

#### Kurre wrote:

how can i^3 be -1, if you dont know the value of i?

we do, i = √(-1)

why?

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## #12 2006-11-03 01:00:31

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### Re: Simplifying Simple i Terms (Intermediate)

Hmm o_O how do you do the ones with massive powers?

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## #14 2006-11-03 03:14:28

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### Re: Simplifying Simple i Terms (Intermediate)

thanks saudi_boy, that's quite clear and a lot simpler than my explanation

## #15 2006-11-03 04:00:28

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## #16 2006-11-03 04:47:18

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### Re: Simplifying Simple i Terms (Intermediate)

#### Devanté wrote:

Simplifying Simple i Terms - Intermediate Level

Express in simplest terms, in terms of i.

1. i1
2. i3
3. i0
4. i19
5. (i12)15
6. i16 + i11
7. i18 + i13
8. (i6)30
9. i25 - i20
10. i29 × i14
11. i23
12. i36 ÷ i32
13. i37 - i2
14. (i28)33
15. i8
16. i34 × i44
17. i50 + i40
18. i49 ÷ i17

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1.       i

2.       -i

3.       i^o=  1

4.       i^19 = i^3    =    -i

5.       1

6.       1 - i

7.        i^18 + i^13  =  i^2 + i^1    =   -1 +i

8.        1

9.         i - 1

10.        i^29 + i^14 =    i^1 + i^2 =      -i

11.         i^23 = i^3     = -i

12.         1

13.          i + 1

14.           1

15.            1

16.            -1

17.             0

18.            1