Maths has long been developed from "Deductive reasoning and rationality " like all other sciences,though a bit differently .
In the midst of a no. of intelligent and mathematically acceptable proofs for a no. of thoughts , today i went on to prove :
2/10 = 2
[not caring much about the general rules....i hope u will like it]
So, we 've to prove:

\(\frac{2}{10}\) = 2

Starting with L.H.S , TWO/TEN = \(\frac{2}{10}\)

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Now assuming that 'Abc = A(b + c) ' ,we proceed as follows :
Eliminating the common T , we get,
wo/en
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Now , wo/en = (23 +15) / (5 +14) = \(\frac{38}{19}\) = \(\boxed{2}\)

I know this is unacceptable to the rules of maths...... But for the sake of proving any desired thought ...i think , it is certainly nice! i hope u may like it....

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