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Two is the same as one.

Jackie-Chan
DoubtingThomas

Let a = b. Then a^2 = ab. Subtract b^2 from both sides. Then a^2-b^2=ab-b^2. Use difference of squares. (a+b)(a-b)=b(a-b) Divide both sides by (a-b). Then a+b=b. Now let a=1, then b=1. Substitute a=1 and b=1 into a+b=b. Thus 2=1....

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5 Comments
Updated 6 Years Ago

Two's value is the same as that of one.

Jackie-Chan
solo

Let a = b. Then a^2 = ab. Subtract b^2 from both sides. Then a^2-b^2=ab-b^2. Use difference of squares. (a+b)(a-b)=b(a-b) Divide both sides by (a-b). Then a+b=b. Now let a=1, then b=1. Substitute a=1 and b=1 into a+b=b. Thus 2=1....

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7 Comments
Updated 6 Years Ago

Two is equal to the number one.

Jackie-Chan
cody30228

Let a = b. Then a^2 = ab. Subtract b^2 from both sides. Then a^2-b^2=ab-b^2. Use difference of squares. (a+b)(a-b)=b(a-b) Divide both sides by (a-b). Then a+b=b. Now let a=1, then b=1. Substitute a=1 and b=1 into a+b=b. Thus 2=1....

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1 Comments
Updated 6 Years Ago

Two is equal to one.

Jackie-Chan
Robert_Lee_Hotchkiss

Let a = b. Then a^2 = ab. Subtract b^2 from both sides. Then a^2-b^2=ab-b^2. Use difference of squares. (a+b)(a-b)=b(a-b) Divide both sides by (a-b). Then a+b=b. Now let a=1, then b=1. Substitute a=1 and b=1 into a+b=b. Thus 2=1....

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4 Comments
Updated 6 Years Ago

Two is equivalent to one.

Jackie-Chan
Yrael

Let a = b. Then a^2 = ab. Subtract b^2 from both sides. Then a^2-b^2=ab-b^2. Use difference of squares. (a+b)(a-b)=b(a-b) Divide both sides by (a-b). Then a+b=b. Now let a=1, then b=1. Substitute a=1 and b=1 into a+b=b. Thus 2=1....

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6 Comments
Updated 6 Years Ago

The Theory of Global Warming is True the greenhouse effect is to blame

Stashu18
righty10294

I believe Global warming is true and is caused by greenhouse gases which are released into our atmosphere. I will allow my opponent to make their case before continuing on...

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10 Comments
Updated 6 Years Ago

Palaeontology Is the most Controversial Scientific Field

Darth_Grievous_42
beem0r

Palaeontology is the study of prehistoric life forms on Earth through the examination of plant and animal fossils. My agreement is that it is the most controversial field of study on the planet. How can I say this? Because it challenges every religion on Earth to its own validity. Faith rules the world, like it or not. The most prominent is Christianity, followed by Muslims, then Hindu, and Buddhists as the top four. The Christian and Hindu creation stories can be found here: http://www.bible...

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0 Comments
Updated 6 Years Ago

COLLOIDAL SILVER IS THE BEST REMEDY FOR KILLING BUGS!

Solarman1969
Logical-Master

************* You are REQUIRED to have a MINIMUM of a BS degree to take up this debate I will NOT ARGUE with you kids or NON-EDUCATED fools on this subject It is TOO IMPORTANT The government is LYING TO YOU FOR PROFITS SILVER IS FREE SILVER WORKS INCREDIBLY once again YOU MUST HAVE A BS FROM AN REAL UNIVERSITY to debate me on this subject even with a BS , you still are probably NOT qualified , but given the TOTAL LACK OF ANY QUALIFIED INDIVIDUALS HERE , I am LOWERING...

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15 Comments
Updated 6 Years Ago

2 is the number one.

Jackie-Chan
stephenyoo1995

The number two is the same as one. 2 + 1 = 1 + 1 3 = 2 Of course, 3 = 2. That is very nice of a conundrum......

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1 Comments
Updated 6 Years Ago

Two holds the same value as one.

stephenyoo1995
SperoAmicus

Let a = b. Then a^2 = ab. Subtract b^2 from both sides. Then a^2-b^2=ab-b^2. Use difference of squares. (a+b)(a-b)=b(a-b) Divide both sides by (a-b). Then a+b=b. Now let a=1, then b=1. Substitute a=1 and b=1 into a+b=b. Thus 2=1....

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1 Comments
Updated 6 Years Ago