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#47

wafflecopper ITS THE SUMMER I DONT NEED TO DO ANY OF YOUR STUPID GROSS MATH CRAP LEAVE ME ALONE YOU HEARTLESS FAGGOT
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(06/26/2012) [] #77 to #47

CactusFantastico HURR DURR MATH IS STUPID AND GROSS AND USELESS
do you have any idea how much of a baby you sound right now?
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(06/26/2012) [] do you have any idea how much of a baby you sound right now?
#117

poelske
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(06/26/2012) [] it's not possible, and you don't have to make it so hard
y+2 = y
2= yy
2=/= 0
what's so hard about it ...
y+2 = y
2= yy
2=/= 0
what's so hard about it ...
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CactusFantastico
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(06/26/2012) [] and yet infinity is not a number and therefore can't be a solution.
actually there's no solution for this equation.
actually there's no solution for this equation.
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MrMeatStick
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(06/27/2012) [] well for your equation y=0
but there is no possible way that a number plus two can equal the original number
but there is no possible way that a number plus two can equal the original number
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CactusFantastico
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(06/27/2012) [] when an equation has no possible solution it basically means that the equation is "bad" or wrong. So, again, what you said and what I said is completely the same.
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vanwinkles **User deleted account**
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has deleted their comment [] #285

satyrn The system is inconsistent, in real mathgradspeak. There is no answer. Stop trying.
I know this because I asked this bear who happens to have a masters in algebra.
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(06/26/2012) [] I know this because I asked this bear who happens to have a masters in algebra.
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massgrave
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(06/26/2012) [] hmmm, you got me wrong,
[0] is the class of numbers that divided by 2 yield 0,
[1] is the class of numbers that divided by 2 yield 1.
so, if you have, for example, 3, its class is [3] = [1], or 3 (mod 2) = 1
if you add 2 to 3, 2+3=5, [5] = [1], or 5(mod 2) = 1
any number plus two stays in its own class, so any y + 2 = y
its modular arithmetic.
Hope that clears it up
[0] is the class of numbers that divided by 2 yield 0,
[1] is the class of numbers that divided by 2 yield 1.
so, if you have, for example, 3, its class is [3] = [1], or 3 (mod 2) = 1
if you add 2 to 3, 2+3=5, [5] = [1], or 5(mod 2) = 1
any number plus two stays in its own class, so any y + 2 = y
its modular arithmetic.
Hope that clears it up
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massgrave
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(06/26/2012) [] If you divide any integer A by 2, you can get two possible remainders, that is:
0, wich means that A is even (can be written as 2n, for some integer n),
we will call these numbers [0] (if A/2 yields no remainder, [A] = [0]
or 1, wich means that A is odd and can be written as 2n+1 for some integer n.
we will call these [1]
Now, lets study both possibilities:
if [A] = [0], then A =2n for some n
[A + 2] = [2n + 2] = [2(n+1)], wich is evidently even, so [A + 2] = [0] = [A]
if [B] = [1]
[A + 2] = [(2n + 1) + 2] = [2n + 2 + 1] = [2(n+1) + 1] , an even number plus one is always odd, so [B + 2] = [1] = [B]
0, wich means that A is even (can be written as 2n, for some integer n),
we will call these numbers [0] (if A/2 yields no remainder, [A] = [0]
or 1, wich means that A is odd and can be written as 2n+1 for some integer n.
we will call these [1]
Now, lets study both possibilities:
if [A] = [0], then A =2n for some n
[A + 2] = [2n + 2] = [2(n+1)], wich is evidently even, so [A + 2] = [0] = [A]
if [B] = [1]
[A + 2] = [(2n + 1) + 2] = [2n + 2 + 1] = [2(n+1) + 1] , an even number plus one is always odd, so [B + 2] = [1] = [B]
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nakedfatguy
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(06/26/2012) [] Actually you are right surprisingly haha.
y=y±2
y=y±2
#299

aldheim
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(06/26/2012) [] I'm **** at maths and even I know that this is impossible.
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baldhooker
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(06/26/2012) [] Tards.
y+2=y
Subtract 2
y=y
Not that hard xD
y+2=y
Subtract 2
y=y
Not that hard xD
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Nightinear **User deleted account**
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(06/26/2012) [] If you subtract 2 you have to do it on both sides
So it would be:
y = y  2
Tard
So it would be:
y = y  2
Tard
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uptightmonkey
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(06/26/2012) [] schools let the kids out too early it seems
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georgepowizzy
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(06/26/2012) [] this comment made me lol hard
#2

adamks
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(06/26/2012) [] Thats stupid.. The first equation is wrong.
y+2 =/= y
Its impossible.
y+2 =/= y
Its impossible.
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wafflesauce
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(06/26/2012) [] It actually is if y is infiniti dumbass, but it's a joke so stfu
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thelazytroll
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(06/26/2012) [] The absolute value of 1 is 1...