# SOLUTION: Ok. So i know the answer is going to be an imaginary number. The problem is this: 6 +or- the square root of (-6)^2-4(2)(9) all divided by 4. PLease help. I can not understand how t

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 Question 590663: Ok. So i know the answer is going to be an imaginary number. The problem is this: 6 +or- the square root of (-6)^2-4(2)(9) all divided by 4. PLease help. I can not understand how to break down the problem into imaginary numbers.Answer by lwsshak3(6456)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Ok. So i know the answer is going to be an imaginary number. The problem is this: 6 +or- the square root of (-6)^2-4(2)(9) all divided by 4. PLease help. I can not understand how to break down the problem into imaginary numbers. ** {6±√[(-6)^2-4*2*9]}/4 {6±√[36-72]}/4 (6±√-36)/4 (6±6i)/4 6(1±i)/4 3(1±i)/2=3(1+i)/2 and 3(1-i)/2 .. note: √-36=√36*√-1=6i