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Complex squares

For which complex numbers, \(z\), are \(\mathrm{Re}(z^2)\) and \(\mathrm{Im}(z^2)\) both positive?

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i to the power of i

If \(i=\sqrt{-1}\), what is the value of \(i^i\)?

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