What is the ith root of i?

This is what I will be attempting to quantify today

Some Basic Rules

The basic exponent rule of root-power equivalence.
A basic exponent rule.
Euler form of complex number Z, where Θ is the argument of Z.

The Working

Using the root-power equivalence, we have converted this into fractional form
We have rationalized the powers
A simplified version of the original problem

Some interesting things to keep in mind

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