Posted by **Bart** on Wednesday, October 24, 2012 at 1:00pm.

When dealing with imaginary and complex numbers, are there 2 solutions?

I.e.: x^2=4

x=2,-2

For: x^2=-4

x=2i or -2i ?

(Is there a 2i and -2i, like for real numbers?)

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