Algebra 2
posted by Bart .
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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