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I'd like to ask whether the function f:y=|ln(x)| (|| denotes the absolute value) is complex. I'm a little bit confused because it is defined also for negative numbers in reals. Is the "negative part" classified as a complex function even if it has no imaginary part ?

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# Complex function ?

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