s-1
| ~~Am I doing that right so far? ~~ |

s-2
| ~~Mhm. ~~ |

s-3
| ~~All the way down to that? ~~ |

s-4
| ~~Mhm. ~~ |

s-5
| ~~I think. ~~ |

s-6
| ~~I don't think I am. ~~ |

s-7
| ~~Do you? ~~ |

s-8
| ~~And you'd have to have that plus or minus. ~~ |

s-9
| ~~What? ~~ |

s-10
| ~~I don't know what I did to get that. ~~ |

s-11
| ~~Where did I get that square root of — um, x squared? ~~ |

s-12
| ~~Because you brought this over here. ~~ |

s-13
| ~~You brought three over here, divided by three, and then you have x squared, so if you want to find x, you have the square root of x squared. ~~ |

s-14
| ~~I guess all I can't figure out is, what the square root of negative two thir – thi – two thirds is. ~~ |

s-15
| ~~Would that be, i square root two thirds? ~~ |

s-16
| ~~i square root two o – over three. ~~ |

s-17
| ~~The whole thing would be over three. ~~ |

s-18
| ~~Well. ~~ |

s-19
| ~~No it couldn't be. ~~ |

s-20
| ~~Square root of two thirds, yeah. ~~ |

s-21
| ~~But then you got the other one Nathan. ~~ |

s-22
| ~~Oh, gosh, hm. ~~ |

s-23
| ~~Leah. ~~ |

s-24
| ~~She snoozing on the floor? ~~ |

s-25
| ~~Mhm. ~~ |

s-26
| ~~Not anymore, you woke her up. ~~ |

s-27
| ~~She's doing the Karate Kid, Nathan. ~~ |

s-28
| ~~She's like, 'leave me alone. Do I deserve this?' ~~ |

s-29
| ~~I mean how would you like it, when you're laying in bed, somebody just grabbed your arm, started swinging it around? ~~ |

s-30
| ~~I'd probably just slap em. ~~ |

s-31
| ~~X squared equals one over the square root of that, the square root of that, x equals the square root of one. ~~ |

s-32
| ~~She's not even looking at me. ~~ |

s-33
| ~~She's just looking, like — ~~ |

s-34
| ~~I know. ~~ |

s-35
| ~~That's what I'm talking about. ~~ |

s-36
| ~~So, would that one be, square root of one half? ~~ |

s-37
| ~~Mhm. ~~ |

s-38
| ~~It would? ~~ |

s-39
| ~~Mhm. ~~ |

s-40
| ~~Yep. ~~ |

s-41
| ~~But do y'all have to do that, um, you have to like, have it where you do that, there's no, um. ~~ |

s-42
| ~~Fraction under the – ~~ |

s-43
| ~~Under the, in the denominator? ~~ |

s-44
| ~~I mean no fraction under the — ~~ |

s-45
| ~~Oh yeah. ~~ |

s-46
| ~~So then you just multiply, the whole thing by the square root of two, and you get the square root of two over two. ~~ |

s-47
| ~~Even for the top one? ~~ |

s-48
| ~~Even for that one? ~~ |

s-49
| ~~No. ~~ |

s-50
| ~~For — I'm talking about for this one. ~~ |

s-51
| ~~Oh. ~~ |

s-52
| ~~All you do is like go, t- two over one. ~~ |

s-53
| ~~You have the square root of one. ~~ |

s-54
| ~~Like that, right? ~~ |

s-55
| ~~Mhm. ~~ |

s-56
| ~~Since you have the square root of two on the bottom, to make that a square, you have to multiply by the square root of two. ~~ |

s-57
| ~~And then you get two, and you multiply the top by the square root of two, and you get, square root of two. ~~ |

s-58
| ~~What? ~~ |

s-59
| ~~I wanna rewind it and hear that back again. ~~ |

s-60
| ~~Cause I sure didn't catch it the first time. ~~ |

s-61
| ~~You got the two, and you take the square root of two, and you get the negative two, which you take the square, and it comes to two. ~~ |

s-62
| ~~I'm sorry. ~~ |

s-63
| ~~So, let's talk about this slowly, as I write this down, as you're saying it. ~~ |

s-64
| ~~Alright? ~~ |

s-65
| ~~This is what we came out with. ~~ |

s-66
| ~~Right? ~~ |

s-67
| ~~It's — But put it as the square root of one, over the square root of two. ~~ |

s-68
| ~~Oh. ~~ |

s-69
| ~~And then you multiply that by the square root of two, over the square root of two. ~~ |

s-70
| ~~Right. ~~ |

s-71
| ~~Uh, is that what all those square root of twos are? ~~ |

s-72
| ~~That's what I was try — That's what I was trying to say. ~~ |

s-73
| ~~Okay, I was wondering where all that, square root two, square root two. ~~ |

s-74
| ~~That's what it was. ~~ |

s-75
| ~~Then right here you'd get, square root of two over two. ~~ |

s-76
| ~~Mhm. ~~ |

s-77
| ~~See everything was square root two, over two, and two, ~~ |

s-78
| ~~Right, but then, what about this one? ~~ |

s-79
| ~~On this one. ~~ |

s-80
| ~~Let me do this one. ~~ |

s-81
| ~~But, you have i — you have i square root of three, over square root of three. ~~ |

s-82
| ~~I mean z — i square root of two over three — square root of three. ~~ |

s-83
| ~~I can't even say it right. ~~ |

s-84
| ~~Over, do I have another i down here, or just the one i? ~~ |

s-85
| ~~Um, no. ~~ |

s-86
| ~~Just one. ~~ |

s-87
| ~~Okay, three and square root of three, over square root of three, and you get — ~~ |

s-88
| ~~i square root of six. ~~ |

s-89
| ~~Yeah. ~~ |

s-90
| ~~Over three. ~~ |

s-91
| ~~Is that right? ~~ |

s-92
| ~~I doubt it. ~~ |

s-93
| ~~I really do. ~~ |

s-94
| ~~I'm not kidding. ~~ |

s-95
| ~~You can't — You can't multiply square roots like that, can you? ~~ |

s-96
| ~~Square root of two, times square root of three, is square root of six, is it? ~~ |

s-97
| ~~Yeah. ~~ |

s-98
| ~~Okay. ~~ |

s-99
| ~~Well, then that's fine. ~~ |

s-100
| ~~Then that is right. ~~ |