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ix^2-2x+i=0

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-x^2 -2xi -1 = 0
x^2 + 2i x +1 = 0

x = [ -2i +/- sqrt ( -4 - 4) ]/2

x = [ -2i +/- 2 i sqrt 2 ] /2

x = 2i (-1 +/- sqrt 2 ) /2

x = (-1 +/- sqrt 2) i

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