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2+2=4-1 thats 3...

 

quick maths?

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2+2=4

4-1=3

Which gives: 4=3 but that is not a true statement. 4 does not = 3.\(\)

 

So this problem is not equal.

Mr.Owl  Oct 25, 2017

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