Statistics Definitions > Imaginary Numbers

The definition of an imaginary number is actually pretty simple. All you really need to know for most math classes is that **i = √ -1**. The broader definition is:

------------------------------------------------------------------------------An imaginary number is any number, that when squared, results in a negative number.

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