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1 definition
by
**SAH aka the GSH**

Top Definition

1. x = y

2. xy = y^2

3. xy - x^2 = y^2 - x^2

4. x(y - x) = (y + x)(y - x)

5. x = y + x

6. x = x + x

7. x = 2x

8. 1 = 2

QED

2. xy = y^2

3. xy - x^2 = y^2 - x^2

4. x(y - x) = (y + x)(y - x)

5. x = y + x

6. x = x + x

7. x = 2x

8. 1 = 2

QED

As proven, 1 = 2, thus 0 = 1, etc. And so for any number i, there is an equivalent j that is not equal to i.

This is further explained in the Identity Theft Theorem.

This is further explained in the Identity Theft Theorem.

by SAH aka the GSH
October 16, 2006