My friend doesn't know trigonometry, but he makes some curious trolls, one of them is this.

\(\dfrac{\sin(x) + 7}{n}\)

\(= \dfrac{si \not n (x)+7}{\not n}\)

\(= si(x) + 7\)

\(= six + 7\)

\(= 6 +7\)

\(=13\)

Even I can't beleive it.

My friend doesn't know trigonometry, but he makes some curious trolls, one of them is this.

\(\dfrac{\sin(x) + 7}{n}\)

\(= \dfrac{si \not n (x)+7}{\not n}\)

\(= si(x) + 7\)

\(= six + 7\)

\(= 6 +7\)

\(=13\)

Even I can't beleive it.

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TopNewestBut doesn't he need to cancel the n with the 7? That leaves us with "seve". – Calvin Lin Staff · 1 year ago

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Lol – Sachin Vishwakarma · 1 year ago

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