here you go.
then, A^2 = B^2 , B^2 = AB
therefore, A^2 - B^2 = A^2 - AB
pull out, ( A + B ) ( A - B ) = A ( A - B )
cancel out, lefe with A + B = A
therefore, B = 0
but we set it equal to 1 in the beginning, so in concultion we got:
0 = 1
nice and neat.
( if you're not a dope or something, yo'll notice something wrong)
want answer ?
ANSWER: wong at A - B
thats equal to 0 yo dumbass.
number times a zero it'll collapse the whole number line;
divided by zero, it'll destroy the whole logic system.
think, the power of zero. ooh ~ isn't that sweet
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Can you divide zero by zero?
If you can't why not
If you can why won't my 83+ let me?
A x B = C therefore C / B = A
or is zero just that special?
my math teacher just told me to try it on my calc
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