There's all these people that keep on telling me that 1+1=2. Yes, it is technically correct. The problem is that they are assuming I want to simplify the problem. Consider the following equation:

a) Find x: 9/i^2 = x + 2/i^2 7/i^2 = x

I have moved one fraction to the other side of the equation. I now convert the denominator to -1 right? WRONG. It didn't ask me to further simplify the problem. The problem asked me to find a value that corresponds with the x variable. The answer 7/i^2 satisfies the problem. Let's examine another problem:

b) Simplify: 9/i^2 = x + 2/i^2 11/i^2 = x -7 = x

In this problem I can completely solve the equation. It asked me to simplify the problem and I have done it. The answer -7 for the variable x is the complete simplification of the problem. - What's the point of all of this technical detail? The wording of questions indicate how a problem is supposed to be solved. Finding x and simplifying the equation are simply not the same process. The problem with many solving 1+1=X is that they only look at the answer. The question is just as important. So what is being asked when someone questions: What is one plus one? Let's examine the wording:

>What is: A way of starting a sentence that is questioning the defining of a object, concept, or being. For the case of keeping it elementary, however, we can simplify it to asking: How do I solve? In algebraic terms this is asking simply how isolate the variable of an equation. >One: The lowest cardinal number; half of two; in other words, 1. This is a number based off the Hindu–Arabic numeral system or Hindu numeral system, a positional decimal numeral system, the most common system for the symbolic representation of numbers in the world.

>Plus: A shorthand word for the addition of two numeric values. This word is often used in mathematics to describe two numbers being added together:

Now that we know the definition of the words of the question being asked, we can correctly setup the equation. This contains the full question and equation of the mathematical problem:

Solve the following equation: 1 + 1 = Y X = Y

How do we solve this? If you've been following along you know the answer:

Y = 1 + 1 X = Y X = (1 + 1) X = 1 + 1

Therefore the correct answer to What is one plus one? is X=1+1, or in word form: The answer to one plus one equals two ones.

Why has humanity incorrectly solved this for actual millenniums? It is human nature to act without consideration of actions. This answer X=2 is the natural solution a imperfect and hurried race would reach when examining the problem. Why? It seems correct to the unexamined viewer. This conundrum, so simple yet so misunderstood, stands as a monument to the sins and miscalculations of the human race. So remember, next time your solving a problem, consider the question, and not just the answer. Thank you. -SputnicK

There's all these people that keep on telling me that 1+1=2. Yes, it is technically correct. The problem is that they are assuming I want to simplify the problem. Consider the following equation:

a) Find x: 9/i^2 = x + 2/i^2 7/i^2 = x

I have moved one fraction to the other side of the equation. I now convert the denominator to -1 right? WRONG. It didn't ask me to further simplify the problem. The problem asked me to find a value that corresponds with the x variable. The answer 7/i^2 satisfies the problem. Let's examine another problem:

b) Simplify: 9/i^2 = x + 2/i^2 11/i^2 = x -7 = x

In this problem I can completely solve the equation. It asked me to simplify the problem and I have done it. The answer -7 for the variable x is the complete simplification of the problem. - What's the point of all of this technical detail? The wording of questions indicate how a problem is supposed to be solved. Finding x and simplifying the equation are simply not the same process. The problem with many solving 1+1=X is that they only look at the answer. The question is just as important. So what is being asked when someone questions: What is one plus one? Let's examine the wording:

>What is: A way of starting a sentence that is questioning the defining of a object, concept, or being. For the case of keeping it elementary, however, we can simplify it to asking: How do I solve? In algebraic terms this is asking simply how isolate the variable of an equation. >One: The lowest cardinal number; half of two; in other words, 1. This is a number based off the Hindu–Arabic numeral system or Hindu numeral system, a positional decimal numeral system, the most common system for the symbolic representation of numbers in the world.

>Plus: A shorthand word for the addition of two numeric values. This word is often used in mathematics to describe two numbers being added together:

Now that we know the definition of the words of the question being asked, we can correctly setup the equation. This contains the full question and equation of the mathematical problem:

Solve the following equation: 1 + 1 = Y X = Y

How do we solve this? If you've been following along you know the answer:

Y = 1 + 1 X = Y X = (1 + 1) X = 1 + 1

Therefore the correct answer to What is one plus one? is X=1+1, or in word form: The answer to one plus one equals two ones.

Why has humanity incorrectly solved this for actual millenniums? It is human nature to act without consideration of actions. This answer X=2 is the natural solution a imperfect and hurried race would reach when examining the problem. Why? It seems correct to the unexamined viewer. This conundrum, so simple yet so misunderstood, stands as a monument to the sins and miscalculations of the human race. So remember, next time your solving a problem, consider the question, and not just the answer. Thank you. -SputnicK

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