Krishnadas
please help..whats wrong in this?
let a=x
a+x=2x
a+x-2a=2x-2a
x-a=2(x-a)
1=2...
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hartnn
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since x=a
x-a =0
one cannot divide by 0
Krishnadas
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@hartnn i think so
hartnn
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u mean u 'thought' so ?
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nah!I said your answer makes sense
hartnn
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ohh...yes...any more doubts ?
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just a minute...i have one
Krishnadas
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@hartnn is 0/0=infinity?
hartnn
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no,
0/0 is not defined.
Krishnadas
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so...
(100-100)/(100-100) is not defined
10^2-10^2/(10(10-10)) is not defined
(10+10)(10-10)/(10(10-10)) is not defined
...cancelling (10-10)
10+10/10 is not defined
20/10=2 is not defined????
hartnn
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again, cannot cancel, 10-10
Krishnadas
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y?
hartnn
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by cancelling 10-10=0
you are removing the part that was not defined
so the part which was defined, remains, which is 2=2
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oh my god!!That thing was my doubt for 2 years...Thanks buddy...@hartnn
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hmmm... welcome ^_^