# Can I prove that 1=2=3=4.......?see details.?

We know that

1/0=infinity

If you cross multiply,

1=0xinfinty

we know that 0 multiplied with any thing is zero.

so,

1=0

add 1 on both sides.

1+1=0+1

so,

2=1

similarly,

1=2=3=4=5=.....

How is my brilliance?

### 14 Answers

- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
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- Anonymous4 years ago
The phrase 'mostly empty' doesn't, in all honesty, do it justice; so let me help you out there with some imagination on *just* how empty the universe is, and *just* how hostile the universe is: - The 'habitable' proportion of the universe (ie, where we can live) is just 1 x 10^-65 of the universe; that's 1 divided by 10 followed by 64 zeros - a number so small that we don't have a name for it! - The average density of matter throughout all but a minute proportion of the universe is equivalent to that of 6 specks of dust in an otherwise empty Grand Central Station! - Even the 'habitable'' proportion is mostly empty space, in that if an atom's nucleus were to be increased to the size of the Sun then the innermost electron shell would be at a distance 4 times further away than Pluto, with nothing between it and the nucleus! - On the Earth itself, there are several billion species of life, all but a few hundred of which would kill us either quickly or slowly! - And in the overwhelming majority of the Universe, we would either burn, freeze, suffocate or explode within 5 seconds of exposure! So, a 'loving god' made this place for us, and the 'evidence for god' is in his creation and all around us!? If that's the best evidence, then he is either careless, hates us, or plain doesn't exist!

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- Anonymous1 decade ago
Sorry to rain on your parade but 1/0=∞ mathematically is a trivial solution so a proof cannot be based on it.

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- HardrockLv 61 decade ago
For you information, 1/0 is error and not infinity.

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- Anonymous1 decade ago
Infinity is not a normal number.

Mathematicians have extended the calculation even outside the real numbers. But you are not conform to that rules:

0 x infinity is not defined.

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- MarkLv 44 years ago
1/0 is NOT infinity. The lim as x-> 0 of 1/x from the positive side, is infinity, and from the negative side is negative infinity, and once you reach 0, it's undefined.

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- hedgeybearLv 41 decade ago
Blimey, this one's a bit heavy duty mate.

Stick to questions about t*ts, beer, rugby and curry - more up my street.

(Oh, the one about yer granny and the porno film was pretty good!)

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- *♥SwEeTy♥*Lv 61 decade ago
awesome!!

but dont use ur brilliance in math test!there r chances of getting zErO!!

:)

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- Anonymous1 decade ago
GERHARD IS RIGHT but well tried young man

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