# is -2 a real number

Yes it is.

2 plus -2 is a “real” number. It is the square root of two. This is because 2 times -2 is -4. This means that -2 is equal to the square root of 4.

This is one of those “what if?” situations that is a real problem for many. Imagine a kid who’s learning all the time that 2 times -2 is -4 or 4 times -2 is -2. The problem is that he keeps messing the formula up. Now that kid is getting really confused and confused. In his mind, he can’t possibly be doing these things.

The problem is that -2 is not a random number. It’s how you divide a number. It’s how you find a square root by comparing the two numbers. If you can divide two numbers and you get the square root of the number, you can also find the square root of the number. For example, 2 and -2 are equally divisible by 4. And 4 times -2 is 2. So 2 and -2 are the same square root of 4.

The square root of a number is just like the square root of a number. They both have the same modulus, that is a number of ones. Since 2 and -2 are equally divisible by 4, and 4 times -2 is 2, 2 and -2, and so on, are their square roots.

I’m not going to argue with that, but I do think that there is a difference between the two types of square roots. The square root of a number is a number of ones, while the square root of a negative number is a negative number of ones.

The square root of a negative number is a real number, but the square root of a negative number is not. For the square root of the negative number, the modulus is negative. For the square root of a negative number, the modulus is positive.

Since the square root of a negative number is a real number, we can use the square root to find the square root of a negative number.

The square root of a negative number is a real number. The square root of a negative number is a negative number. For the square root of a negative number, the modulus is negative. For the square root of a negative number, the modulus is positive.Since the square root of a negative number is a real number, we can use the square root to find the square root of a negative number.

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