Because there is no way to define the divisors, the equations cannot be evaluated.
This is a very difficult philosophical question. The best way to look at it is that 2 is defined as 1 plus 1 ! (If it isn't, how do you define 2?)
No, but there is a way to prove that zero equals one.
Yes, it does react in that way.
It is extremely difficult to prove things which are not true.
It does not unless the question is a riddle and has nothing to do with basic arithmetic or if "plus" or "equals" are defined in a non-conventional way.
The answer is that there is no such x - unless you define "plus" in some special way.
The right Way
well it equals 4 any way you put
It would be the same number either way because its addition.
6-4-8-2=20 is the answer
However you like, I suppose. I'd be inclined to respond "me + person who doesn't know diddly about math = no way".
The answer is 37 because 23+37=50
4mg plus 2.5ml. There is no way to get a measure of mass converted to a measure of liquid and vice versa.
Don't know how this found its way onto a maths page! Chemically it's accurate.
300 is the answere Another way of putting that question is 60 times 5 becuasae there are 5 60's.
Blueberries! Or is it the other way round?
Yes, indeed. Any which way you add the numbers both will equal up to 15. Thus it is true.
First, the category you chose for this question is way off...but ill answer it. i believe its Cu2O plus C yields Cu2 plus CO.
Thing of it this way, you are adding negativity, therefore you are taking away positivity, which is what the numbers you are working with are, when doing adding sums.
3a plus 4 equals 3a +4. You can not combine the two parts because they are not like terms so there is no way to simplify this.
My opinion is no. I'm a plus two student and I'm studying in IHRD. Now I'm studing c++ programming. Most of the technical school follows the same way.
two plus two equals two by doing one the right way then one backward in front of it. one 2 but backwards then another 2 the right way
A squared plus B squared equals C squared, where C is the hypotenuse of a right triangle and A and B are the other two sides is true and is one way of expressing the Pythagorean Theorem.