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becca18 Group Title

Is it true that 1=2?

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  1. UnkleRhaukus Group Title
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    false

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  2. Mandolino Group Title
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    yep, see attached :})

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  3. becca18 Group Title
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    That's the answer I was looking for(:^^

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    hahaha

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    it's not true. the i one is fallacy due to square roots of a negative number

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  7. Outkast3r09 Group Title
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    and joe i'm not sure how you get x+x+x+x+x = squared

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    its always fun to try and find the mistakes lol.

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  9. Outkast3r09 Group Title
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    well everyone thinks that the i one hold true

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  10. Outkast3r09 Group Title
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    but it doesn't

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  11. Outkast3r09 Group Title
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    it has to do with only being able to split positive integers of a square root into two

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  12. Outkast3r09 Group Title
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    square root properties only work when a>0

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  13. joemath314159 Group Title
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    indeed. :)

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  14. Outkast3r09 Group Title
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    so no... no matter how many times your teachers and students tell you.. 1=2 there will be a fallacy in their work orrrr.. a fallacy within the theorem.. but usually they will restrict it as the people who wrote them were absolute geniuses

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  15. becca18 Group Title
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    Wow..Ya'll are way to smart for me..only highschool..lol

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  16. Outkast3r09 Group Title
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    i used to watch my teacher do things like this in highschool and i just thought wow my teacher just proved something wrong... really he was trying to make someone stand up and say he was wrong

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    By the way, 1 does not equal. 2. 'i' is being used as a number, of which it is not. 1=2 is an 'imaginary' answer so to speak.

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