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Hey guys, here's a proof for 1=2. Can you find the Mistake !! a=b (say) a.a=b.b a.a=a.b a.a - b.b = a.b - b.b (a+b)(a-b) = b(a - b) a-b = b a = 2b b = 2b 1 = 2

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a-b= 0 for a = b Then any number divided by zero is infinite so it is basically wrong

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In the step where u went from..... (a+b)(a-b)=b(a-b) so the next step should be a+b=b..... and then the next step a=0

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TopNewesta-b= 0 for a = b Then any number divided by zero is infinite so it is basically wrong

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In the step where u went from..... (a+b)(a-b)=b(a-b) so the next step should be a+b=b..... and then the next step a=0

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