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cdelomas Group Title

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

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  1. King Group Title
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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 !

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  2. cdelomas Group Title
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    so the solution is 0

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  3. Compassionate Group Title
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    *Facepalm.* No Cdel.

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  4. cdelomas Group Title
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    what do you mean

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  5. Compassionate Group Title
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    Does 33 = 0?

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  6. cdelomas Group Title
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    33 what

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  7. Compassionate Group Title
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    ohmyisheserious.jpg 33 is a number. 33 ones.

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  8. cdelomas Group Title
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    ok this is my first time taking math I do not need negative comments

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  9. Compassionate Group Title
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    Okay, are you aware of what the number 33 is?

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  10. cdelomas Group Title
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    the solution

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  11. cdelomas Group Title
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    32+1=33

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  12. Compassionate Group Title
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    33 = 33, 33 cannot equal zero.

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  13. cdelomas Group Title
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    so is the solution 33

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  14. King Group Title
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    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!

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  15. cdelomas Group Title
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    ok

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  16. Compassionate Group Title
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    We've covered some ground here.

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  17. cdelomas Group Title
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    I still do not know the solution

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  18. King Group Title
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    DUDE EITHER U ARE MESSIN AROUND WITH US OR URE COMPLETELY INSANE/DUMB!

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  19. cdelomas Group Title
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    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.

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  20. asnaseer Group Title
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    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?

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  21. cdelomas Group Title
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    it is the first one

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  22. King Group Title
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    see..!@asnaseer

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  23. asnaseer Group Title
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    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?

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  24. asnaseer Group Title
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    @king please calm down - lets try and help here

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  25. cdelomas Group Title
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    that is the question

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  26. asnaseer Group Title
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    where did you get this question from?

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  27. mathslover Group Title
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    hmn I think @cdelomas needs something practical to know about : @cdelomas are 33 chocolates equal to 2 chocolates?

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  28. cshalvey Group Title
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    Would the solution possibly be that \[33 \neq 2\] ?

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  29. asnaseer Group Title
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    or is the question asking you state whether this is true or false?

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  30. cdelomas Group Title
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    no

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  31. King Group Title
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    @cshalvey @asnaseer yeah both are possible...

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  32. asnaseer Group Title
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    @cdelomas is this a homework question or is it out of a book?

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  33. cdelomas Group Title
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    it is from a study plan question

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  34. mathslover Group Title
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    |dw:1346082858318:dw|

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  35. King Group Title
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    his study plan has a printing error!!!!! :D

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  36. asnaseer Group Title
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    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.

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  37. King Group Title
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    @cdelomas hw old are u ?

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  38. mathslover Group Title
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    @cdelomas : suppose I have 2 balls : 0 0 and 1 ball at other side 0 which is greater ?

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  39. cdelomas Group Title
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    king it is now of your business how old I am you are really rude

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  40. mathslover Group Title
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    Cool down @cdelomas we r here to help u

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  41. mathslover Group Title
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    tell em that suppose your friend has 5 chocolates and you have 3 chocolates.. who has greater.. ?

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  42. cdelomas Group Title
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    the friend

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  43. mathslover Group Title
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    good work so is 5 =3?

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  44. cdelomas Group Title
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    yes

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  45. King Group Title
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    @cdelomas im sry if u felt i was rude pls excuse me...

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  46. cdelomas Group Title
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    thanks King

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  47. asnaseer Group Title
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    @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.

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  48. cdelomas Group Title
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    ok I am sorry this question cause problems

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  49. asnaseer Group Title
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    np - I think we all get a little heated at times. :)

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