# Algebra II

What two numbers are represented by each of the following?

-6+/- sqrt 6
-6 plus or minus square root 6

not sure how to type the question.
I think the answers are
-6 + sqrt 6
-6 - sqrt 6

I'm just not sure what the question is actually asking for. Could someone please help me. Thanks

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