I never get these questions. Can someone please explain the other side to me?
Assuming actual, whole numbers, rather than something stupid like 1.4 +1.8, which leads to a different logical answer, then yes.
I feel like this is a trick question...
Its kind of like a tautology; we define values such as "1" and "2." The answer of the equation 1 + 1 is, by definition, 2.
Because this is an absolute. Core curriculum with an emphasis on math would love for us to believe this but the very notion is dumb.
1+1 is obviously 2 by standard math rules.
For extremely large values of 1, 1+1 can =3
It can depend on what the numbers represent. For instance, one liter of water added to one liter of vinegar does not equal two liters of liquid.
mathematically speaking, yes.
1+1 can = 3
No, because what if the + is representing and, then it is eleven.