How To: Rewrite radicals using complex numbers

Rewrite radicals using complex numbers

A complex number is half real (a) and half imaginary (bi), just like that Edward Cullen who makes your heart thump realistically but whose sparkly chest makes you wonder if he's something more.

Explore the land of glittery vampires and fake boys by learning how to rewrite radicals using complex numbers. Watch this video for a step-by-step guide to turning icky square rooted negative numbers into something more aesthetically pleasing.

You'll be given basic examples of rewriting negative numbers under square roots using complex numbers.

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