# My Seventh Problem

**Algebra**Level 5

If a complex number \(j\) exists such that

\(j^{j}=i\)

where \(i\) is equal to the square root of \(-1\), find it in the form

\(j=x+iy\)

and sum the real and imaginary parts correct to **two decimal places**.

If there is no such complex number \(j\), write \(0\) as your answer.