Evaluating powers of \( i \) involves understanding the cyclic nature of the imaginary unit \( i \), where \( i^1 = i \), \( i^2 = -1 \), \( i^3 = -i \), and \( i^4 = 1 \). This pattern repeats every four powers due to \( i \)'s property \( i^4 = 1 \). Evaluate powers of \( i \) worksheet helps practice these calculations, useful in algebra for simplifying complex expressions and solving equations involving \( i \). Understanding these powers is fundamental in manipulating imaginary numbers effectively in mathematical contexts.

Algebra 2

Real And Complex Numbers