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Q: When does 29 minus 1 equal 30?

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30 - 29 = 1

30 - 1 = 29

11/30 - 1/5 - 1/6 = 0

minus 29 If someone owed $29 then came into $30 they would be holding $1 having paid the debt

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9 + 2 + 30 - 5 + 18 - 19 = -1

(x-1)*(x+1) = x2 - x + x - 1 = x2 - 1 So, when x = 30, 29*31 = 30*30 - 1 Or, since 30*30 = 900, 29*31 = 900-1 = 899

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When you are using non-standard definitions of "plus" and "minus", or of "equal".

1 − 11/29 = 18/29

(3/10) - (1/6) = (9/30) - (5/30) = (4/30) = 2/15

-1 multiplied by -1 is 1

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