a = b

a^2 = ab

a^2 - b^2 = ab - b^2

(a+b)(a-b) = b(a-b)

(a+b) = b

2b = b

Therefore...

2 = 1

Prove me wrong

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Show off! j/k

ReplyDeleteif at a=b, then a-b=0. Therefore, to get from

ReplyDelete(a+b)(a-b) = b(a-b)

to

(a+b) = b

You have to divide both sides by (a-b), which equals zero, which isn't possible. That's the flaw.

yup

ReplyDeleteSchooled...

ReplyDeleteAnd the earth can be moved.

slacking off with the updates again?

ReplyDeleteRemember, he is doing summer school. Jason is probably busy studying (which is what he should be doing).

ReplyDelete*puts head down* Sorry Mrs. Koller.

ReplyDeleteYes... I do, but at the same time... Gerry has been got either, so I think I'm safe.

ReplyDeleteActually,

ReplyDeleteHe got a copy of HALO.

And that's been taking all his time.

j/k

;-)

I hope you're kidding.

ReplyDeleteMy mad Freshman equasion skills can't add up to your mad Awesome Marine Corps Owing Me At Every Level skills.

ReplyDelete