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32+1=2-2 help me find the solution please

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dude first if the above thing is true then maths will become sriously easy bcuz all nos. will be equal to 0! bcuz 2-2=0 33=0 !
so the solution is 0
*Facepalm.* No Cdel.

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what do you mean
Does 33 = 0?
33 what
ohmyisheserious.jpg 33 is a number. 33 ones.
ok this is my first time taking math I do not need negative comments
Okay, are you aware of what the number 33 is?
the solution
32+1=33
33 = 33, 33 cannot equal zero.
so is the solution 33
dude 33 is a NUMBER 0 is also a NUMBER one NUMBER CANNOT EQUAL ANOTHER NUMBER UNTIL AND UNLESS THEY ARE THE SAME..dont ask why bcuz thatz hw maths is ..its like telling all NUMBERS ARE EQUAL TO 0!
ok
We've covered some ground here.
I still do not know the solution
DUDE EITHER U ARE MESSIN AROUND WITH US OR URE COMPLETELY INSANE/DUMB!
I am not insane I am asking for help and you are a idot for all the negative comments you have said you do not need to be a tutor.
I think we all need to calm down here. I am sure cdelomas is not messing about but just trying to get help. @cdelomas - have you stated your question correctly? is it: 32 + 1 = 2 - 2 or: 32 + L = 2 - 2 or something else?
it is the first one
see..!@asnaseer
if it is the first one, then you are stating that "32 + 1" is the same thing as "2 - 2" i.e. you are stating that "33" is the same thing as "0" are you sure that is what the question states?
@king please calm down - lets try and help here
that is the question
where did you get this question from?
hmn I think @cdelomas needs something practical to know about : @cdelomas are 33 chocolates equal to 2 chocolates?
Would the solution possibly be that \[33 \neq 2\] ?
or is the question asking you state whether this is true or false?
no
@cshalvey @asnaseer yeah both are possible...
@cdelomas is this a homework question or is it out of a book?
it is from a study plan question
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his study plan has a printing error!!!!! :D
I would suggest that the study plan probably has a mis print in it. I suggest you leave this question and ask for clarification from the person that set you this question and then try it again once it is clear what is being asked.
@cdelomas hw old are u ?
@cdelomas : suppose I have 2 balls : 0 0 and 1 ball at other side 0 which is greater ?
king it is now of your business how old I am you are really rude
Cool down @cdelomas we r here to help u
tell em that suppose your friend has 5 chocolates and you have 3 chocolates.. who has greater.. ?
the friend
good work so is 5 =3?
yes
@cdelomas im sry if u felt i was rude pls excuse me...
thanks King
@cdelomas I really think the best action for this question is for you to leave it now and ask for clarification from the person that set the study plan. there must be a printing mistake in it.
ok I am sorry this question cause problems
np - I think we all get a little heated at times. :)

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