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The only answer is π^-1i

The square root of -1 is i so i times the square root of pi is equal to the square root of negative pi

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More concretely, the square root of negative pi is approximately 1.772453850905i, wherein the 1.772453850905 represents an approximation of pi, and "i", which should be a lower case cursive "i", represents the square root of negative one.

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