what is 1+1=?

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  • hba
Agreed :)

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its an AP with first term a =1 and common diff d =0 no. of terms n=2 sum for n terms = n/2 (2a + (n-1)d) best of luck.. :)
note : can also be treated like a GP given r--> 1 we'll have to apply LH rule then, or anything equivalent..hmm
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good one :D
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\[1+1=\sum_{k=0}^{\infty} 1/2k =1+\frac{ 1 }{ 2 }+\frac{ 1 }{ 4 }+ .....=2\]
  • hba
1+1= 48/(2(9+3) =2
If u cannot add 1+1 with your brain, why dont u use calculator.
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@hba man you over complicate things lmao
  • hba
@rockstars Stop talking gibberish. This is maths,please give a proof :)
true only in base 1 is it ?
i.e. 1+ 1 =11
  • hba
@shubhamsrg Not mentioned means base 10 :/
ofcorse i know! o.O was just saying, if he had to prove it, he can say that expression is true in base 1
  • hba
@shubhamsrg If he would have mentioned it then i would agree but now i just agree to disagree :D
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@zaynahf Where is the proof ?
  • hba
lol :P
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  • hba
Haha lol,that was funny :P

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