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# 0 can technically equal 1.

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 Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point Started: 2/3/2015 Category: Miscellaneous Updated: 2 years ago Status: Post Voting Period Viewed: 1,004 times Debate No: 69371
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Posted by futurepresident7 2 years ago
Of course the universe exsists. It is a false claim to say that the universe is endless. It is still expanding
Posted by YassineB 2 years ago
@ VITOUROUS

- The problem with your little proof here my friend is the fact that x - y = 0 , & thus 1/(x - y) = 1/0 = W34; (infinity). & so, adding 1 to infinity doesn't change it.
Posted by VITOUROUS 2 years ago
Let x=y. Then

x - y + y = y

x - y + y y
--------- = ---
x-y x-y

y y
1 + --- = ---
x-y x-y

1 = 0
this mathematical proof was discovered by Dr. ken
source : http://mathforum.org...
Posted by YassineB 2 years ago
- This is monumentally ridiculous. How low your IQ can get to achieve such extreme extent of ridiculousness?!
Posted by futurepresident7 2 years ago
Look, we all know 1 doesnt equal 0. This is just a fun debate
Posted by UndeniableReality 2 years ago
Wow. This is absurd. I'm worried about the future of our species. They still teach basic math in school, right?
Posted by futurepresident7 2 years ago
You have to think outside of the box
Posted by futurepresident7 2 years ago
0/0=1 works since 0*1=0
While most times it is undefined, here you can plug in any number
As for point 4, there are 10 dimensions. They allow you to make every possible outcome its own reality.
Creativity
Physics does state that everything must come to an end
If shapes dont exist, the squares and circles are equal since they are nothing
Point 3 was just trying to point out that 0 might equal 1 somewhere else
and factorials makes sense since 0!=1
0!=0*0
0*0=0
So,0=1
Posted by Proving_a_Negative 2 years ago
Forgot to mention Point 4 and your rebuttal. 0/0 is undefined. It isn't any value you want it to be. That's impossible. Point 4 is complete nonsense unless there are some proofs in which you can justify the validity of the premise.
Posted by futurepresident7 2 years ago
Look, I had to be creative
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