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Two, 0 and 1.
3. The numbers are -1, 0, 1.
Two numbers: 1 and -1.
I believe the answer is two numbers: 1 and -1. They both square to 1, and each has an absolute value of 1.chicopanther
-1, 0, 1While not technically a number, you could advance the argument that -infinity and +infinity also have this property. Mind you, I wouldn't buy it, but you could float the argument.
2, 1 and -1
Well crap! I misread that! I thought you wanted numbers that equaled their squares AND their absolute values. That will teach me to pay attention!
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