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User Info: pokemonpokemon4

pokemonpokemon4
4 years ago#41
I can prove 2=1 with actual math, doesn't mean it's right.

User Info: Spartan_Vice

Spartan_Vice
4 years ago#42
From: pokemonpokemon4 | #041
I can prove 2=1 with actual math, doesn't mean it's right.


Do itttt.
http://i.imgur.com/Pzq4j.gif

User Info: Runeboggle

Runeboggle
4 years ago#43
From: Spartan_Vice | #034
0.9 repeating = 1

You prove me wrong!

Why would I try to prove something that is correct wrong?

From: pokemonpokemon4 | #041
I can prove 2=1 with actual math, doesn't mean it's right.

To do so, though, you have to divide by zero.
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User Info: pokemonpokemon4

pokemonpokemon4
4 years ago#44
Spartan_Vice posted...
From: pokemonpokemon4 | #041
I can prove 2=1 with actual math, doesn't mean it's right.


Do itttt.

a=1
a=b
ab=b^2
ab-a^2=b^2-a^2
a(b-a)=(b-a)(b+a)
a=b+a
1=1+1
1=2

Runeboggle posted...
From: pokemonpokemon4 | #041
I can prove 2=1 with actual math, doesn't mean it's right.

To do so, though, you have to divide by zero.


Nope. Using algebra makes this work fine :)

User Info: koopabros64

koopabros64
4 years ago#45
There are quite a few flying types without wings.
The Platypus, the reason games like spore exist.

User Info: Spartan_Vice

Spartan_Vice
4 years ago#46
From: pokemonpokemon4 | #044
Spartan_Vice posted...
From: pokemonpokemon4 | #041
I can prove 2=1 with actual math, doesn't mean it's right.


Do itttt.

a=1
a=b
ab=b^2
ab-a^2=b^2-a^2
a(b-a)=(b-a)(b+a)
a=b+a
1=1+1
1=2

Runeboggle posted...
From: pokemonpokemon4 | #041
I can prove 2=1 with actual math, doesn't mean it's right.

To do so, though, you have to divide by zero.


Nope.


I just got mathed.
http://i.imgur.com/Pzq4j.gif

User Info: pokemonpokemon4

pokemonpokemon4
4 years ago#47
Spartan_Vice posted...
From: pokemonpokemon4 | #044
Spartan_Vice posted...
From: pokemonpokemon4 | #041
I can prove 2=1 with actual math, doesn't mean it's right.


Do itttt.

a=1
a=b
ab=b^2
ab-a^2=b^2-a^2
a(b-a)=(b-a)(b+a)
a=b+a
1=1+1
1=2
.


I just got mathed.


They guy before me was right though, you indeed DO divide by zero (b-a is 1-1, you can't divide like that), but he was ruining the fun so I pushed him aside :P
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User Info: PoKeMoNsTrOsiTY

PoKeMoNsTrOsiTY
4 years ago#49
Too bad you're wrong. It's clearly obvious just by looking at it that it's a Normal type. Easily.

User Info: Pigwig345

Pigwig345
4 years ago#50
Since lately they've added evee evos in pairs this is just one of a pair like umbreon and espeon. It looks fairly like some other normal types, as well as being fairly girly. Perhaps it is a normal type evolution only available to female evees, and a male one may be revealed in the future. Total speculation but there's not much else out there.
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