Math is REALLY pwned: no division by 0!
Created on: January 20th, 2006
QED indeed.

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January 20th, 2006
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4 does rly = 5.
January 20th, 2006
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lol, okay, so I guess 4 stars is all you need then.
January 20th, 2006
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Took me forever to find the flaw that makes this work, but I did it :D. When you take the square root of both sides, this equation doesn't take into account that 4-9/2 is opposite in sign to 5-9/2. So...
January 20th, 2006
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for the equals sign to be true, 5-9/2 must be multiplied by -1, giving 9/2-5. Then you can add 9/2 to this side, giving 9-5= 4, so 4=4.
January 20th, 2006
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You forgot your order of operations, n00b. You need parenthesis.
January 20th, 2006
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I double-checked this before I submitted it. My order of operations is correct.
January 20th, 2006
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No, that's right.
January 20th, 2006
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Go back to algebra 1. ):
January 22nd, 2006
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I think he was talking to me about the order of operations. Just use your mind to put parenthesis around each 9/2 expression. K thx.
January 27th, 2006
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Ya know, it's still correct. 5-9/2=5-(9/2). Remember PEMDAS?
March 15th, 2006
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When you take a square root like that, it spits out two solutions (+ and - the term inside), and so the results do in fact match up. A 3 for making me think about it.
March 17th, 2006
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what's up with the add 81/4 to each side?
March 17th, 2006
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oh, right....never mind
April 4th, 2006
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Here is why you are wrong: You take the square root but forget to put plus or minus. You need that because a number has 2 squares. For example, 5 squared and (-5) squared are both 25; conversly, the square root of 25 is 5 and (-5). Therefore, when you
April 4th, 2006
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damn, it didnt fit my whole explaination
April 9th, 2006
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So you're saying that the error is linked to the fact that every number has two roots, a positive and a negative one? That's right.
April 24th, 2006
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I still think it is funny how things like that work out.
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July 5th, 2006
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