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## 1+1=2

1+1=2

jimglas | 9 novembre 2018

nope, 3

DanFoster1 | 9 novembre 2018

0.999…=1

jordanrichard | 9 novembre 2018

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

lilbean | 9 novembre 2018

Nope 11

tew ms us | 9 novembre 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 | 10 novembre 2018

Division by zero detected...

tew ms us | 10 novembre 2018

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

spuzzz123 | 11 novembre 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 | 11 novembre 2018

Mindfucked equation

Yodrak. | 11 novembre 2018

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

You just proved that 0 = 0.

Alan75DUK | 12 novembre 2018

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

Xerogas | 12 novembre 2018

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

jolov | 12 novembre 2018

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

Rod.Wright | 22 novembre 2018

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

NoMoPetrol | 23 novembre 2018

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

pleaving | 23 novembre 2018

1+1=2-1=1

Alan75DUK | 23 novembre 2018

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

rxlawdude | 25 novembre 2018

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