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Ex: for N=2, there are 2 (Weyl) fermions and therefore 4 (onshell) fermionic degrees of freedom. therefore you can either have 2 complex scalar fields (called a "Hypermultiplet"), or 1 complex scalar field and one massless gauge field (called a "Vector Multiplet") to make it supersymmetric.

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