The square root of a negative number doesn't exist, but is considered an imaginary number (abbreviated "i" in algebraic expressions) stemming from the square root of negative one (The square root of negative 2 would be 2 times the square root of negative one and so on)....as to why 8 can see him, I'm not sure.
nooo... i got my GED like 6 years ago.. so i saw the pic and was like.. NOPE. but im glad yall thought it through or i would have totally moved on forever wondering what it all meant. so thx for thinking for me.
Damn man, don't get your panties in a knot, I'm sorry, I thought he was just asking someone to explain the joke. Didn't realize there was literally a guy on here named "jokexplain" that went around explaining jokes to people.
I love your content man, by the way
but I'm sorry, that just isn't right
there's only one answer, and it's i
think of it like this.
you have an extra number line, perpendicular to the real one. and whenever you multiply by i, you rotate the number 90 degrees anticlockwise.
so i * i = -1
(2 + 3i) * i = (2i - 3)