# Evaluate i to the power of 3.

'i', called 'iota', is defined as the square root of negative 1. It is used to represent a complex number. It is an imaginary number.

## Answer: The value of i to the power of 3 is equal to i^{3} = -i.

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**Explanation: **

We know that the value of 'i' iota is the square root of negative 1.

It is represented as i = √-1

We know that i^{2} = (√-1)^{2 }= -1

Let's evaluate the value of i^{3}

⇒ i^{3} = i^{2} × i = -1 × i = -i

### Thus, we see that the value of i to the power of 3 is equal to i^{3} = -i.

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