2=1 PROVED 100% MATHEMATICAL
x = y
Now multiplying both side with x, we get–
x² = xy
Now subtract y² from both side, we get–
x² – y² = xy- y²
or, (x – y)(x + y)= y (x-y)
or, x + y = y [ as x-y common]
or, y + y = y
or, 2y = y
or, 2 = 1 [proved]
but as we know its impossible , if do so all mathematics base will breakdown. so, in this above equation there is an error, could you find it?
if not, here is the error:–
in the above equation on 4th line i just common (x – y) from both side and cut it too. it is the error. we cannot do that as at first we take x = y, therefore (x – y)=0 and (0/0) ≠ 1, its infinity. so its the perfect error in the above equation.
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