BunuelSince \sqrt{x} = lxl i.e. x can be +ve as well as -ve, can you please make me understand why \sqrt{(-1) (-1)} is not equals to (-1). We can take one negative value out of root, and multiple of 2*(-1) would be negative i.e. non-prime number.
Why we have to calculate \sqrt{(-1) (-1)} before taking value out of the root? I know this way it would be 2 and a prime number.