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I can prove why 1 = 2

Step1. Lets say y = x

Step2. Multiply through by x xy = x2

Step3. Subtract y2 from each side xy - y2 = x2 - y2

Step4. Factor each side y(x-y) = (x+y)(x-y)

Step5. Divide both sides by (x-y) y = x+y

Step6. Divide both sides by y y/y = x/y + y/y

Step7. And so... 1 = x/y + 1

Step8. Since x=y, x/y = 1 1 = 1 + 1

Step9. And so... 1 = 2

How is this possible ?

Step1. Lets say y = x

Step2. Multiply through by x xy = x2

Step3. Subtract y2 from each side xy - y2 = x2 - y2

Step4. Factor each side y(x-y) = (x+y)(x-y)

Step5. Divide both sides by (x-y) y = x+y

Step6. Divide both sides by y y/y = x/y + y/y

Step7. And so... 1 = x/y + 1

Step8. Since x=y, x/y = 1 1 = 1 + 1

Step9. And so... 1 = 2

How is this possible ?

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Four stupid friends meet each other after long time.They are so stupid that they start talking about their suits

* There were a total of eight suits, two in each color, black, brown, pink and white.

* Each friend owned two suits.

* No friend had two suits of the same color.

* Ganpat don't have a white suit.

* Harish don't have a black suit, but did have a brown one.

* One of the friends had a white suit and a pink suit and another friend had a brown suit and a pink suit.

* Manoj had a white suit.

* Tarun had a pink suit, but don't have a brown one.

Can you work out which friend had which color suits?
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* There were a total of eight suits, two in each color, black, brown, pink and white.

* Each friend owned two suits.

* No friend had two suits of the same color.

* Ganpat don't have a white suit.

* Harish don't have a black suit, but did have a brown one.

* One of the friends had a white suit and a pink suit and another friend had a brown suit and a pink suit.

* Manoj had a white suit.

* Tarun had a pink suit, but don't have a brown one.

Can you work out which friend had which color suits?

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Two batsman each on 94 runs. Seven runs needed to win in last 3 balls. Both make 100*. How?
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We have arranged matchsticks in a manner that all the first row, second row, first column and third column contain 12 matchsticks each. Can you remove 4 matchsticks and rearrange all the remaining matchsticks that we are still left with 12 matchsticks in the first row, second row, first column and the third column.

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Find three magic number such that ?

* Product of three numbers is prime.

* 2nd number - 1st number = 3rd number - 2nd number

* Product of three numbers is prime.

* 2nd number - 1st number = 3rd number - 2nd number

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A competitive exam was held in which five students took part namely Billy, Gerry, Clark, Peeta and Jonathan. In this exam, they had to answer five questions each out of which, three had multiple choices as a, b or c and two were simple true and false questions. The five of them gave different answers to the questions and the details are as given below.

Name 1 2 3 4 5

Gerry c b True True False

Billy c c True True True

Clark a c False True True

Peeta b a True True False

Jonathan a b True False True

None of the two students gave the same number of correct answers. Can you find out the correct answers to the question? Also, calculate the individual score of all the five guys.

Name 1 2 3 4 5

Gerry c b True True False

Billy c c True True True

Clark a c False True True

Peeta b a True True False

Jonathan a b True False True

None of the two students gave the same number of correct answers. Can you find out the correct answers to the question? Also, calculate the individual score of all the five guys.

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A couple had to take shelter in a hotel for they could not proceed their journey in the rain. Having nothing to do at all, they started playing cards. Suddenly there was a short circuit and the lights went off. The husband inverted the position of 15 cards in the deck (52 cards normal deck) and shuffled the deck.

Now he asked his wife to divide the deck into two different piles which may not be equal but both of them should have equal number of cards facing up. There was no source of light in the room and the wife was unable to see the cards.

For a certain amount of time, she thought and then divided the cards in two piles. To the husbandâ€™s astonishment, both of the piles had equal number of cards facing up.

How did she do it?
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Now he asked his wife to divide the deck into two different piles which may not be equal but both of them should have equal number of cards facing up. There was no source of light in the room and the wife was unable to see the cards.

For a certain amount of time, she thought and then divided the cards in two piles. To the husbandâ€™s astonishment, both of the piles had equal number of cards facing up.

How did she do it?

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