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Is imaginary squared a real number?

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Assuming that "imaginary" refers to i, then the answer is yes.

Assuming that "imaginary" refers to i, then the answer is yes.

Assuming that "imaginary" refers to i, then the answer is yes.

Assuming that "imaginary" refers to i, then the answer is yes.

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What are 10 complex numbers with the absolute value of 5?

Use the Pythagorean theorem. 5, -5, 5i, and -5i will work, as well as any combination of a real and imaginary number such that (real part) squared + (imaginary part) squared = 25, for example, 4 + 3i, 3 + 4i, 4 - 3i, etc.


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