Cannot prove that 2 divided by 10 equals 2 because it is not true.
You can't it equals 2. You can't it equals 2.
No you can not prove that 9 +10 = 21.
No, but there is a way to prove that zero equals one.
Using faulty logic.
It is not possible to prove it because it is not true!
To get into a relationship with someone, you have to have something in common with them. This can often take time, and the whole point of a relationship is to prove that you're trustworthy enough for someone.
To prove a relationship to a first cousin you mustknow the parent through which that person is related to you, and how that parent is related to one of your parents. To prove a relationship to a second cousin or a more distant cousin, you must know the parent, grandparent and perhaps more ancestors.
You cannot prove it since it is axiomatic. You can get consistent theories (matrix algebra, for example) where ab is not ba.
You can speak with your girlfriends mum and explain that your relationship is a good one. You will have to prove to her over time that you are reliable.
It is extremely difficult to prove things which are not true.
surprisingly yes and they always deny it in front of the media. I have found prove that they are in a relationship.
Using a calculator
4,4,4,4 = 20
This would be a real bear to prove, mainly because it's not true.
that cannot be proved because it is not necessarily true.
It isn't equal, and any proof that they are equal is flawed.
Include evidence to support you claim.