Your title says REAL NUMBERS.
There are no real numbers that are the tenth root of a negative number.
i have this funny feeling that the answer is right in front of my face i just cant see it and it is begining to bug me.
so i have tried over and over again to do this problem but it is supposed to end up with an answer without a square root sign or a fraction. but it is supposed to have the i sign in it? i am so lost
ok this is the question:
it is supposed to be to the tenth root but i had to change the format because i do not know how to write roots on this forum.
i know i should know this but i cant seem to figure it out.
thank you so much for your time and help i really need it
sorry guys i just figured it out i was reading the problem wrong (because it is a computer based program i am doing my algebra 2 on) and they are square rooted not to the tenth root.
which of course makes a whole lot more sense but i seem to like to make problems a whole lot more complicated then they are.
but thank you for your time