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this incident happened at my house. The 12000 btu 12 kg bl brand air conditioner unit attached to the wall fell to the ground and killed the mini drug. the news was reflected in the local media. (Imaginary) By the way, I'm happy to have this air conditioner in my house. Thanks BL reddit.com/gallery/knvvtq

Is there a way to implement the imaginary unit i(j) (the square root of -1) in the arduino ide?

I am trying to make a project, and I want to code it from scratch and in order to do that I need the imaginary unit. I cant seem to find any function or command that does it. Is there such a thing?

there's a joke to be made about the imaginary unit too imgur.com/PvOJjPb

Integral of x^i dx (imaginary unit)

Hi! Can you help me with this problem? I want to solve that, my teacher told me the answer 1/1+i(x^i+1)+C but I don't know how to find the result.

I tried e^ln(x)=cosI(lnx) + i sin(lnx)

and...?

thanks

Could you use other imaginary units than sqrt(-1)?

Sqrt(-1) seems fairly arbitrary to me since there are other things in maths which are similar to sqrt(-1) like ln(-1) which doesn't have any real solutions. So could you use ln(-1) as an imaginary unit? Or more broadly, is sqrt(-1) the only imaginary unit? If so, why?

My imaginary unit: NCT Variety

When SHINee appeared on Weekly Idol for the first time they said they were like SM's lab rats for new variety shows because they would send SHINee first to test new shows before sending other SM idols lol

So it came to me in a dream: an NCT unit made up of Taeil, Taeyong, Kun, Xiaojun, Mark, and Jeno called NCT Variety.

NCT Variety would become the new lab rats but unlike SHINee they are veeery awkward and quiet (you could argue they have their funny moments, but overall they're awkward turtles lol) so they'd be sent to try every variety show and if the show succeeded in making them funny, then it was considered worthy for SM idols to appear on LOL

This unit doesn't dance nor sing, their only objective is to become funny LMAO

I tested POSITIVE in a precautionary test at my military unit. I have very mild (maybe imaginary) symptoms. What should I be doing to kill it before it starts?

Hello, I am in my compulsory military service in Egypt, 2 days ago I was tested because I came into contact with another positive solider a week ago. The results came in POSITIVE. I didnβt ask to be tested or did I feel anything significant.

I was let out to go home and stay there for 14 day, I gone to an empty apartment of my family.

They gave us Vitamin C and Zinc Tablets along with paracetamol tablets.

I started taking the Vitamins and is drinking a lot of water and herbs.

I started feeling a very very mild sore throat when I wake up, a mild mid-back pain. I have no headache and my temperature is 36.8C~37.3C.

What should I be doing now ? What types of food should I avoid ? How can I kill it before it starts ? My parents are old and if I need care and I wonβt let them help then I have no one else(okay friends can help but I donβt want to infect anyone).

My first contact with an infected person should be 9 days ago now. Maybe I got infected by someone else later though.

June 5 QOTD: i^289 = ? Note: The imaginary unit, i, is the square root of -1

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I made an imaginary Dual Dokkan Fest for the Bojack movie, hereβs the Super unit (calculations below)

Imaginary Units

Thought experiment:

Make up a new unit for your army.

Is the imaginary unit a value or a number?

Does this question even make sense?

Second unit thatβs part of my imaginary Dual Dokkan Fest, hereβs the Extreme unit (calculations below)

Why did they stop making Unit art imaginary gifts?

I can't be the only one who really enjoyed collecting imaginary gifts with Grade 3's on them. It's especially great for the budget player to have a vast collection of imaginary gifts without spending too much money, like I would have loved a Claret Sword Force 2, instead we get these lame grey ones, hell I miss the expensive anime character ones too! I love my Koutei Force 1, and wish we got the Kanzaki Force 1 so I could add to my gift collection. Just feel like Bushiroad is losing a lot of potential with gifts, anyone have any idea why they stopped doing it that way?

Imaginary gift. This unit receives the force from being rode upon. Then after a successful check, does she receive all 3 gift type, or just one of the three?

Hitler and imaginary units/orders.

I was in a short discussion recently and I made a comment that towards the end of the war, Hitler's generals would lie to him about how the war was going, telling him about battles that were won that weren't actually won, or how Hitler would order units/divisions into combat that had already been destroyed, but which his generals didn't tell him about or correct him. He's asking me for a source and I can't recall where I picked this up from. It's just something that's been in my head for awhile and I was hoping someone here could either provide a source for me to refer him to, or correct my mistake if I've made the statement in error.

Imaginary units

I want a Weirdboy with Waaagh! banner. I don't know if it would play well but it's just one less thing to worry about.

While I'm daydreaming why not Weirdboy with Waagh! banner in Mega Armor on warbike.

Why is sqrt(-1) treated as mathematically permissible to work with if replaced with the imaginary unit, whereas dividing by zero is just never fine?

Intuitively, square root of any negative number should just be undefined since no number times itself can ever equal a negative number. Imaginary numbers have real world applications in fields such as circuits and physics, but it seems arbitrary that we have an imaginary unit for such a specific undefined case.

Why not have a second imaginary unit to represent divide by zero or another function with undefined results in a certain domain?

What's your favorite imaginary unit of measurement/currency?

What combination of unique techs, unique units, civ bonus, and team bonus would make the most OP imaginary civ?

Ei... A civ with Imperial Camel as the UU; has the Maghrabi Camels and Zealotry techs (or Farimba); for civ bonuses got 20% more health on stable units, 15/20% cheaper stable units, and +1/1 armor for camels; and 20% faster stables for a team tech.

What is the history of using i/iota as the imaginary unit?

A majority of all text books that I have seen tend to use i as the imaginary unit. However, I remember being taught back in high school (in India) that the standard usage for the imaginary unit was the greek letter iota, which is most often just replaced with i everywhere. I can't find any source to back this up though --- for example wiki just says that iota is used when i is being used for something else.

Am I remembering incorrectly? Was iota used initially historically maybe? Or is using iota just some notation that someone else tried to introduce?

The imaginary unit "i" satisfies i^2 = -1, are there any other numbers invented to satisfy otherwise impossible criteria?

Why do we define the imaginary unit as the square root of -1 and not as another undefined quantity?

What's so special about -1? Why don't we use ln(-1) or 1/0 or anything else?

Issue 10562: Change 'j' for imaginary unit into an 'i' bugs.python.org/issue1056β¦

What's the strangest unit of measurement you've ever encountered, real or imaginary?

MRW someone asks me what 2 times -5 times 2.7182818284... to the power of the imaginary unit times pi is. imgur.com/1IXNGEP

Zero's motives are a number that can be expressed in the form a + bi, where a and b are real numbers and i is the imaginary unit, that satisfies the equation i2 = β1.

Imaginary Units - Ad Infinitum youtube.com/watch?v=JlBncβ¦

Why is it when taking the magnitude of a frequency response, we just ignore the imaginary unit?

I was looking at the magnitude response for an RL circuit and the numerator of H(w) was obviously j*omega*L. When the magnitude was taken, this was simplified to just omega*L. But the sqrt(jwl^2) still contains an imaginary component if I ran it through a mathematical solver (like Wolfram Alpha), so I'm figuring there's something I don't realize about impedance magnitude that let's us discard this.

Favourite (imaginary) unit you wish the Dev team would incorporate in the game

So ninjas have come and gone. What is that one unit in your arsenal that if you had it would make you not only unbeatable but also awesome?

WU advertises at r/btc their fee is only 4,90 per 1000 imaginary units supload.com/Sy8Jw9klW

The imaginary unit, how can an "imaginary" number lead to so many different and important results?

I am on my last year of E.E. and Physics B.Sc and I am still amazed by the power of i. I can't seem to grasp the idea that the simple value of i=sqrt(-1) can lead to such great results. My question might be philosophical, but how can i be so special?

Is there some sense in which all the quaternion units can be interpreted as "roots" analagous to the imaginary unit?

Historically the imaginary unit arose when considering roots of polynomials. Later it turned out to be useful in giving the plane an algebraic structure.

Quaternions extend that algebraic structure to 3-space.

So is there some sense in which the other two quaternion units not corresponding to the imaginary and real units are "roots"?

What's c to the power of i if c is a complex number and i the imaginary unit?

If i represents the imaginary unit, find real values for a and b such that (1+i)^13 = a + bi

Can someone please help me with this? Thank you.

If i represents the imaginary unit, find real values for a and b such that (1+i)^13 = a + bi

Why was the imaginary unit "i" put into the time dependent Schrodinger Equation in the first place?

I know Schrodinger basically just derived the equation from his head, but there has to be a mathematical reasoning behind it that I'm missing.

Thanks.

Since i is the imaginary unit, are imaginary friends actually just negative frends?

What is the history of using i/iota as the imaginary unit? [xpost /r/math]

I asked this question over at /r/math here and they suggested that I ask here too.

A majority of all text books that I have seen tend to use i as the imaginary unit. However, I remember being taught back in high school (in India) that the standard usage for the imaginary unit was the greek letter iota, which is most often just replaced with i everywhere. I can't find any source to back this up though --- for example wiki just says that iota is used when i is being used for something else.

Am I remembering incorrectly? Was iota used initially historically maybe? Or is using iota just some notation that someone else tried to introduce?

Thanks!

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