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The basic operations are addition (+), subtraction (-), multilpication (*) and division (/).

But there are many others, for example, powers and roots, trigonometric functions, exponents and logarithms.

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Q: What is operation on real numbers?
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Are real numbers closed under the square root operation?

No. Negative numbers are real but their square roots are not.

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