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The Imaginary Unit

Concept

The Imaginary Unit

The imaginary unit is defined by From this definition, it follows that which allows the square root of any negative number to be found. What results is called an imaginary number. Once replaces the negative sign, the square root of the remaining positive number can be evaluated as usual.

Condition: