.9i^2 means the square of .9999999999999999999999999999 INFINITE!(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

.3i^2 = .9i, so .9i should be able to be calculated too.

This is rather an imaginary number, but it should be able to be calculated. If you don't know the exact answer, just tell me if .9i^2 is not .9i

If .9i^2 is something other than .9i, then I think I have found a flaw in number theory, which I will post later. And don't say that .9i^2 = 1, that is another topic

Thanks in advance

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# What is 0.9i^2?

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