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Heres an infinite series "proof" that shows 0 = 1
The only flawed step was when he divided by. Everything else is correct.
-=- (since, -=(a+b)(a-b))
You're missing required grouping symbols, ganesh.
except substitute 'number calculations' for 'algebra'.
You can proof substitution with number, no need to let x=y.
plz help me 2 find out the wrong step:all digits are equal just putting values of x,y
Actually, I don't think there's any harm studying 'false' proofs as long as you're aware that there is something wrong with the proof.
She is even more correct!