This is a quick definition for i or Imaginary Numbers. It also gives a tutorial on calculating i to high exponents or powers using the divide by 4 trick. Hope it helps you understand imaginary numbers and the meaning of i. Check out Nishad Gothoskar at nishadg.com

This is a tutorial on how to use the quadratic formula. It is very basic and features an example of “i” or imaginary unit. x = [-b +or- sqt(b^2 -4ac)]/2a This formula is used with quadratic equations in the form ax^2 + bx + c = 0. Check out Nishad Gothoskar at nishadg.com Check out […]

This is Nishad Gothoskar’s tutorial on calculating the sum of a geometric sequence using the formula. The formula used in this tutorial is [n*(n+1)]/2. I hope this is helpful for your mathematical needs! Check out Nishad Gothoskar at nishadg.com Check out Nishad Gothoskar at nishadg.com