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How to work out 𝑛2 + 3?

It depends on what the equation equals. But assuming ‘0’: and also if you’re meaning 2*n or n^2: 2n + 3 = 0 2n = -3 n = -3/2 Or n^2 + 3 = 0 n^2 = -3 n = sqrt(-3) n = sqrt(-1)sqrt(3) n = i sqrt(3) Where ’i’ is the imaginary number hope this answers your question.

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