# SOLUTION: square root(2i)-3*square root(3i)+4*square root(2i)+6*square root(3i) what is the answer to this equation?

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 Question 39811: square root(2i)-3*square root(3i)+4*square root(2i)+6*square root(3i) what is the answer to this equation?Answer by fractalier(2101)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Well if I interpret your question properly, merely combine like roots and get square root(2i)-3*square root(3i)+4*square root(2i)+6*square root(3i) = 5*sqrt(2i) + 3*sqrt(3i) Do you know how to evaluate the square root of i? That it equals sqrt(2)/2 + sqrt(2)/2(i)? If so, substitute that in and go from there...