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I Like Zero As Much As Any Other Number
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...then it's impossible to define the square root of a negative number. There is no number which, multiplied by itself, gives a negative number as a result. Except, of course, for "i", which is defined as "a number which, multiplied by itself, gives minus 1 as a result"


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