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anonymous

  • 5 years ago

how do you prove that 1+1=2?

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  1. anonymous
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    If I smack you, then smack you again, how many times did I smack you?

  2. anonymous
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    lol, can you prove it mathematically?

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    I thought you were being sarcastic, I have no idea how to prove it mathematically :(

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    NO IDEA

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    With current mathematics, it is impossible to prove 1+1=2. We cannot prove anything unless it has some sort of variety or variables. To prove 1+1=2, we'd first have to have a solid , proveable definition of addition, we do not. Cheers!

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