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Chidamari Sketch

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MegaPod

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Parissong

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Consider two non-zero numbers x and y such that

x = y.
Then x2 = xy.
Subtract the same thing from both sides:
x2 - y2 = xy - y2.
Dividing by (x-y), obtain
x + y = y.
Since x = y, we see that
2 y = y.
Thus 2 = 1, since we started with y nonzero.
Subtracting 1 from both sides,
1 = 0.

I was trying to fool my friend into proving that 1 does equal 0, although he was shook for a while because he didn't see the fallacy. Can you? :p
 

MegaPod

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Consider two non-zero numbers x and y such that

x = y.
Then x2 = xy.
Subtract the same thing from both sides:
x2 - y2 = xy - y2.
Dividing by (x-y), obtain
x + y = y.
Since x = y, we see that
2 y = y.
Thus 2 = 1, since we started with y nonzero.
Subtracting 1 from both sides,
1 = 0.

I was trying to fool my friend into proving that 1 does equal 0, although he was shook for a while because he didn't see the fallacy. Can you? :p
Right there in the first step, multiplying by two =/= squaring :v
 

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Lol I don't know why but I immediately thought of the A1Z26 cipher. Ran it through a decrypter and here is what I got (one result of several): UIWEDZBG EWEE

Since clearly it isn't that, what do these numbers mean?
 

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it's your Discord ID number [insert lolcat emote here]
 

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Scruffyjay

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axew's ears are like butterfly wings, when he wakes up they gotta dry and unfold

(uhhh this is about my friend's dog axel, whose nickname is axew, not the pokemon lol)
 
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