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# a=b, a

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**wrong**! Vote on the post to say if you agree or disagree.-12# a=b, a*a=ab, a*a+a*a=a*a+ab, a*a+a*a-2ab=a*a+ab-2ab, a*a+a*a-2ab=a*a-ab 2(a*a-ab)=(a*a-ab), 2=1, **amirite?**

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(a*a-ab)=0

you can't divide by zero.

BOOM FUCKING ROASTED.

as if i'm going to do that math...

I may be wrong, but wouldn't the only way this is possible be for either a to equal b which you can't have or for a or b to equal 0? And either way, the only way to go from 2(a

b-ab)=(aa-ab) to 2=1, is to divide both sides by (ab-ab). Since ab = ab, a*b-ab is zero, so you're dividing by zero no matter what either a or b equals, which you can't do.Although wrong, I did find this to be a very interesting post.

we did this in my math class