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easy best response

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cocopuffshead
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yaay 0

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2 and 1

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1+1=2, if \(1, 2\in \mathbb{Z}\), otherwise, we can have \(1+1=0\), if in \(\mathbb{Z}/2\mathbb{Z}\) along with other interesting rings and groups.

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h,,, intresting

cocopuffshead
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and i spelled that worng

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these are the three posibilities 0,1,2 ...............1+1 could be any of these

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wrong

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2 O_o

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1+1=2 because the world says so. Don't try to overthink it! This is one problem that no one should even have to think about, lol