To prove: 1=2

Proof: is give above

Task: Find the mistake and support it with a logical proof. If you are citing a law or a theorem the prove that as well ( only if it is major one)

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TopNewest\(\sqrt{a^{2}} = \pm a\)

\(\sqrt{\frac{9}{4}} = \pm \frac{3}{2}\) and similarly the other one .

we will consider only those values which satisfy the equality @Aayush Mani

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\(\sqrt{a^{2}} = |a|\)

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The first equation does not have a real solution.

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I have one doubt, how did you get the 1st equation?

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Yeah seriously! It is wrong for x =1 too.

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