## Mysteries of Maths

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### I still don't get that

I hate operations with imaginary numbers.

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### I give you a challenge. AGD it. Theres gold buried in the floor.

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### Was a that sarcasm?

I can't really tell, if it wasn't, i is an "imaginary answer" due to the fact that there is no such thing as the the square root of minus one. however, the squareroot of minus one presents many oppitunities to solve maths problems by using it to get 'real' numbers.

### is that so?

thats a big mystery