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No, it is not. -√(-5) can be written many ways -5i is the most common, but once you get into complex numbers, functions change. -5i5 is also valid, -5i9 is also, and so on. There must be a limit on complex functions, since they do not behave the same as real functions. ■

Q: Is The negative square root of x minus five a function?

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-9 minus -5 is -4

-7 minus 5 is -12.

-11!

-4 - 5 = negative 9.

Negative five minus two = seven(-5-2=7) Negative plus negative two also = 7(-5--2=7) so the answer is same so the answer is YES.

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