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#18 - arearea (06/26/2012) [-]
y plus 2 = y
square both sides
(y+2)(y+2) = y(s)
subtract the left
0 = y(s) - (y+2)(y+2)
i dont know reverse foil it maybe
0 = y(s) - y(s) + y2 + y2 + 4
0= y4 + 4
subtract 4
-4 = y4
divide by 4
-1 = y
.....holy **** ...i think i might have have solved it
#54 to #18 - anonymous (06/26/2012) [-]
you screw up equations by squaring. It makes it only positive. If u plug it back in It odes not work.
don't be dumb ***** .
This problem has no answer. Therefore it can not be solved. So the 10% of mathematicians that "solve it" are just retarded. Don't be retarded.

Math. Not even once.
User avatar #32 to #18 - mistressluna (06/26/2012) [-]
Ok guise what if we just swtiched the 2 and the y so it would be y + y = 2
User avatar #19 to #18 - arearea (06/26/2012) [-]
no, because its y(s) PLUS y(s)
so im wrong
User avatar #20 to #19 - arearea (06/26/2012) [-]
Wait, no it is subtract
CAN SOMEONE TELL ME IF IM RIGHT
User avatar #23 to #20 - picamix (06/26/2012) [-]
i would say your theory is correct
but if you put it back into the equation to check you have
-1 +2 = -1
but it doesnt it = 1
but i think y = invinity as that way it works
User avatar #25 to #23 - picamix (06/26/2012) [-]
but square root 1 could work
#21 to #20 - anonymous (06/26/2012) [-]
YOU ARE WRONG

Seriously. Carry the ******* negative sign (and, more importantly, plug back into the god damn equation)
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