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Ans : Since 6 = 2*3

so 6 = (1+sqrt(-1)) (1-sqrt(-1)) *3 Q.E.D.

Do I need to add anything to it? Am I done with this question? Please kindly advise me. Thank you very much.

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Ans : Since 6 = 2*3

so 6 = (1+sqrt(-1)) (1-sqrt(-1)) *3 Q.E.D.

Do I need to add anything to it? Am I done with this question? Please kindly advise me. Thank you very much.

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How do you know those are prime?

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because 2 and 3 are prime.

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I mean 1+sqrt(-1), 1-sqrt(-1), and 3 in the field Q(sqrt(-1)).

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