1=2 (proved) how it is possible?
Posted by K Anita 2 months, 2 weeks ago
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Here’s how it works: Assume that we have two variables a and b, and that: a = b Multiply both sides by a to get: a2 = ab Subtract b2 from both sides to get: a2 – b2 = ab – b2 This is the tricky part: Factor the left side (using FOIL from algebra) to get (a + b)(a – b) and factor out b from the right side to get b(a – b). If you’re not sure how FOIL or factoring works, don’t worry—you can check that this all works by multiplying everything out to see that it matches. The end result is that our equation has become: (a + b)(a – b) = b(a – b) Since (a – b) appears on both sides, we can cancel it to get: a + b = b Since a = b (that’s the assumption we started with), we can substitute b in for a to get: b + b = b Combining the two terms on the left gives us: 2b = b Since b appears on both sides, we can divide through by b to get: 2 = 1
The following table shows the temperature (in fahrenheit) of a city at 12:00 pm for a weak Temperature at 12:00pm Days Temperature sunday. 64°F monday. 73°F tuesday. 60°F wednesday. 70°F Thursday. 79°F friday. 61°F saterday. 76°F Draw the graph by taking suitable scale and answer the following question a) between which two days was there the greastest increase in temperature? b)what was the temperature at 12:00 pm on friday?
Posted by Om Latkar 2 days, 17 hours ago
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