ONE PLUS ONE EQUALS TWO. DOES IT? YOU SURE?

by Anton Wills-Eve


<a href=”https://dailypost.wordpress.com/prompts/complicated/”>Complicated</a&gt;

nothing is as complicated as the easiest, most obvious truth.

ONE PLUS ONE EQUALS TWO. DOES IT? YOU SURE?

This is a classic example of the bleeding obvious being so complicated  that no sane child can ever master algebra, geometry or trigonometry. Even if they think they have.

Watch . As we all know that in a quadratic equation ;

x = −b ± √(b2 − 4ac) 2a. When the Discriminant (b2−4ac) is: positive, there are 2 real solutions for the value of x.

Well everyone says so, all our teachers did, even my wife who has a double first in pure maths at London University says so, so I’m not arguing. But don’t you see something?

All this means is that there is always a value for x that can be equal to two different things. Ergo if x equals 1, then 1 can equal 1, – wow!! – or it can equal something both different and negative!

Now if that isn’t gibberish and wrong, and very, very complicated, I don’t know what is. And I have doctorates in pure logic and hagiography!! I’m also hopeless at maths taken to this level of lunacy.

Ciao, ciao, enjoy the olympics.

Bon soir.

AWE

 

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