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1+1=2

1+1=2

1+1=2

jimglas | November 9, 2018

nope, 3

DanFoster1 | November 9, 2018

0.999…=1

jordanrichard | November 9, 2018

1+1=1...........in the world of love.............

lilbean | November 9, 2018

Nope 11

tew ms us | November 9, 2018

Let: x = y
Then: x^2 = xy
x^2 - y^2 = xy - y^2
(x+y)(x-y) = y(x -y)
x+y = y

spuzzz123 | November 10, 2018

Division by zero detected...

tew ms us | November 10, 2018

@spuzzz123 is that still undefined? What seems to be the holdup?

spuzzz123 | November 11, 2018

In your last step you are dividing both sides of the equation by zero to seemingly leave only the positive numbers on both sides of the equation.

Like: 2*0 = 1*0. Divide both sides by zero and eliminate the zeros. Did I just prove that 2 equals 1?

Maxxer | November 11, 2018

Mindfucked equation

Yodrak. | November 11, 2018

"2*0 = 1*0. ... Did I just prove that 2 equals 1?"

You just proved that 0 = 0.

Alan75DUK | November 12, 2018

Of course, 1+1 can equal 10, or even 0 if your proceed exclusively.

Xerogas | November 12, 2018

@nmvbokjd: 1+1 does equal 10, in binary

jolov | November 12, 2018

Just type "javascript:1+1" in the address bar of the browser...

Rod.Wright | November 22, 2018

1 + 1 = 3 only for sufficiently large values of 1.

NoMoPetrol | November 23, 2018

I am overwhelmed by the concept of the infinite (or the infinitessimally small).

pleaving | November 23, 2018

1+1=2-1=1

Alan75DUK | November 23, 2018

AND did I mention that 1+1 can equal 1, OR 1+1 can equal 1?, NOR 1+1 can equal 0?

rxlawdude | November 25, 2018

@seifhd, flagged for spam. Indian websites? Really?