read of 216 while to the fourth negative 206 square root of negative 216 y to the fourth. So let's go ahead and let's factor out. Well, it's a negative number. So let's go ahead and factor out our negative one. And that'll leave me with 216 y to the fourth. And so we know that the factor square negative one is actually going to be awesome. This will be an imaginary number, so let's go ahead and factor out the rest of it. So 216 wide before, well, 216 wide. The fourth is actually made up of two different numbers is made up of the square root of 216 and the square root of why to the fourth. So we need to factor these out individually, actually. So that's going to give me. So let's factor out 216 1st so we wanna find two factors of 216 that air perfect squares. Well, when I do, I can factor out nine and 24 Will, nine is going to be three. I swear it nine is three so 24 will factor out even Mawr 24 and six. Swear to four is to and square to six. I can't factor it out anymore. Even though six is not prom, I do know that it doesn't have any perfect square factors except for one. So I'm gonna leave it six. So let's do y to the fourth. Well, why? To the fourth actually is a perfect square. It's watch a second and one second and each of those Or why, too, the first times y the first. So this leaves me with several things to multiply together. So let's look at this. So that leaves me with Let's do our whole numbers first. We have three times two and we have variable of Why Tums? Why? And we also have our I for imaginary number. And then we have our square root of six. So this all simplifies to six. Why squared? I square root of six. So that is that complex number

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read of 216 while to the fourth negative 206 square root of negative 216 y to the fourth. So let's go ahead and let's factor out. Well, it's a negative number. So let's go ahead and factor out our negative one. And that'll leave me with 216 y to the fourth. And so we know that the factor square negative one is actually going to be awesome. This will be an imaginary number, so let's go ahead and factor out the rest of it. So 216 wide before, well, 216 wide. The fourth is actually made up of two different numbers is made up of the square root of 216 and the square root of why to the fourth. So we need to factor these out individually, actually. So that's going to give me. So let's factor out 216 1st so we wanna find two factors of 216 that air perfect squares. Well, when I do, I can factor out nine and 24 Will, nine is going to be three. I swear it nine is three so 24 will factor out even Mawr 24 and six. Swear to four is to and square to six. I can't factor it out anymore. Even though six is not prom, I do know that it doesn't have any perfect square factors except for one. So I'm gonna leave it six. So let's do y to the fourth. Well, why? To the fourth actually is a perfect square. It's watch a second and one second and each of those Or why, too, the first times y the first. So this leaves me with several things to multiply together. So let's look at this. So that leaves me with Let's do our whole numbers first. We have three times two and we have variable of Why Tums? Why? And we also have our I for imaginary number. And then we have our square root of six. So this all simplifies to six. Why squared? I square root of six. So that is that complex number

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