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Seems very legit
By: gigglemaster
Math Wizard
1 + 1 = 1, don' t believe me? Here' s some examples.
If you add l, pile of sand with another pile of sand, you will still have 1
pile of sand.
If you add l, pile of sand with another pile of sand, you will still have 1
pile of sand.
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#80

juzin (06/28/2012) [] How do you define a thing?
At what point in time does it cease to be a pile of sand?
Will it ever be a mound of sand? A hill? A MOUNTAIN of SAND??
WHAT CONSTITUTES A "PILE" OF SAND? HUH??
I'm so bored.
At what point in time does it cease to be a pile of sand?
Will it ever be a mound of sand? A hill? A MOUNTAIN of SAND??
WHAT CONSTITUTES A "PILE" OF SAND? HUH??
I'm so bored.
#77

herpdaki (06/28/2012) []
A pile of sand is not a rigorous definition for 1. Therefore the usual rules of arithmetic do not follow directly.
#75

anonymous (06/28/2012) []
Pile of sand paradox: You can't have a pile of sand because if there is no set number that equals a pile of sand, then at what point does a compilation of grains of sand become a pile.
#66

tisjunkisdamnfunny ONLINE (06/28/2012) []
yes, but both of those ones are represented as halves seeing as the one pile is whole.
#63

skaduus (06/28/2012) []
there are also millions of grains of sand in the pile. 1 million + 1 million = 1? :O
#60

gigglemaster (06/28/2012) []
Its funny kuz i dont give a **** about math, i found this picture, found it rather humorous, put a clever caption on it, and now you are all going crazy over it, we are a society of idiots. including myself
#59

bazda (06/28/2012) []
Take one flame, subtract one flame (light a candle with it) you have two flames.
11=2
11=2
#58

desmondaltairezio (06/28/2012) []
the only numbers that can apply to this equation(x+x=x) is:
∞ + ∞= ∞ and
0 + 0= 0
∞ + ∞= ∞ and
0 + 0= 0
#46

trolololxd (06/28/2012) []
Oh i see why you used sand... its because sand has gravity and dirt doesn't.
#55 to #45

iamphoenix (06/28/2012) []
0/0 is undefined because being able to divide something means that it has a reciprocal which makes it one, i.e. a multiplicative inverse. 0 cannot have a multiplicative inverse because that means 0*x =/= 0, which is impossible.