Math  Imaginary
posted by John .
(i)(4i)(4i)
it is
4i^2(4i) = 16i^3 ?
If it is not right, please help.
thanks!

(4i)(4i) > (4)(4) = 16 and i(i) = i^2
= 16i^2
= 16(1) = 16
I have no clue what you were doing, or how you got that answer.
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