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# Windows 7: Winston Churchill... A carrot ???

 23 Mar 2010 #1 Dwarf Windows 8.1 Pro RTM x64 10,375 posts Doncaster, UK Winston Churchill... A carrot ??? Did you know that Winston Churchill is a carrot? Here's the proof. Let a=1 and b=1 Now b^2=ab (Equation 1) Since a equals itself, it is obvious that a^2=a^2 (Equation 2) Subtract Equation 1 from Equation 2 yields a^2-b^2=a^2-ab (Equation 3) Let's factorise both sides of Equation 3 (a+b)(a-b)=a(a-b) (Equation 4) Divide both sides of Equation 4 by the common denominator (a-b) yields a+b=a (Equation 5) Subtract a from both sides and we get b=0 (Equation 6) If you recall, we set b=1 at the begining of this proof. Therefore 1=0 (Equation 7) Now here comes the crux of the proof that Winston Churchill (hereafter referred to as WC) is a carrot. We know that WC has one head. But Equation 7 states one equals zero, so WC has no head. Likewise, WC has no leafy tops, so by the same equation WC has one leafy top. If we multiply Equation 7 by 2 we get 2=0 (Equation 8) From Equation 8 WC has two arms, therefore WC has no arms. Likewise, WC has two legs, therefore WC has no legs. We now multiply Equation 7 by WC's waist size: Waist Size=0 (Equation 9) This means that WC tapers to a point. Now for the colour. Take any ray of light emanating from him and select a photon. Multiply Equation 7 by the wavelength of the photon and we see that WC's Photon Wavelength=0 (Equation 10) Multiply both sides of Equation 7 by the wavelength of an orange photon yields 640=0 (Equation 11) Combine Equations 10 and 11 WC's Photon Wavelength=640 Therefore, any photon emanating from WC is orange. Summing up, we have proved the following mathematically. 1) WC has no arms or legs. 2) Instead of a head, he has a leafy top. 3) He tapers to a point. 4) He is bright orange. By all intents and purposes, therefore, it is clear that WC is a carrot. Q.E.D. My System Specs
 23 Mar 2010 #2 Product FRED Windows 7 Enterprise 64-bit 1,131 posts Brooklyn, NY lolwut? My System Specs
 23 Mar 2010 #3 z3r010 Windows 10 x64 52,181 posts Standish, Lancashire, England Wow how times have changed, all that mathematics to see one of our former PM's is a carrot. I only have to turn the TV on to see our current one is a turnip. My System Specs
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 23 Mar 2010 #4 Thorsen Win7 Home Premium 64x 3,405 posts Wrong: (a+b)(a-b)=a(a-b) (Equation 4) Correct: (a+b)(a-b)= a^2-ab+ab-b^2 = a^2-b^2 Another Edit: This is done in many forms to try and prove that 1=0, but it is at this point that I always see this failure. Likewise, the formula "(a+b)(a-b)= " deontes, that there are two answers to the formula in that there are two possible outcomes a+b and a-b... thus two different answers for this fomula either subracting b or adding b. a will never yeild the same result unless b=0 My System Specs
 23 Mar 2010 #5 Dwarf Windows 8.1 Pro RTM x64 10,375 posts Doncaster, UK Quote: Originally Posted by z3r010 Wow how times have changed, all that mathematics to see one of our former PM's is a carrot. I only have to turn the TV on to see our current one is a turnip. Isn't that an insult to turnips? My System Specs
 23 Mar 2010 #6 Barman58 Windows 10 Pro x64 x3, Ubuntu 22,892 posts Newport, South Wales, UK Quote: Originally Posted by Thorsen Wrong: (a+b)(a-b)=a(a-b) (Equation 4) Correct: (a+b)(a-b)= a^2-ab+ab-b^2 = a^2-b^2 = (a-b)^2 Which probably means He's not a carrot, but an off color Banana My System Specs
 23 Mar 2010 #7 Pieloi Windows 7 Professional x64 127 posts Swede of Sunderland *BSOD's* My System Specs
 23 Mar 2010 #8 Thorsen Win7 Home Premium 64x 3,405 posts for all points and purposes, he might be a carrot, but not by this formula's setup My System Specs
 23 Mar 2010 #9 Little Darwin Windows 7 Home Premium (64 bit) 246 posts Wilkes-Barre PA, USA Quote: Originally Posted by Thorsen Wrong: (a+b)(a-b)=a(a-b) (Equation 4) Correct: (a+b)(a-b)= a^2-ab+ab-b^2 = a^2-b^2 Another Edit: This is done in many forms to try and prove that 1=0, but it is at this point that I always see this failure. Likewise, the formula "(a+b)(a-b)= " deontes, that there are two answers to the formula in that there are two possible outcomes a+b and a-b... thus two different answers for this fomula either subracting b or adding b. a will never yeild the same result unless b=0 I don't quite understand the last paragraph... Are you saying that the two terms in (a+b)(a-b) = ???? can only mean two roots? If so, there are many polynomials with a single root. Or more properly I guess two identical roots. Actually Equation 4 is correct if a=b... The biggest error comes in the following step. if a=b then a-b=0 and equation 5 is derived by dividing both sides by zero, which is not defined. Of course if a=b, equation 4 can be reduced to 0=0 which is perfectly valid, but applying undefined functions makes the proof invalid. My System Specs
 23 Mar 2010 #10 Lordbob75 Windows 7 Ultimate x64, Mint 9 7,128 posts In the Crust Actually, this is dividing by zero. Which makes the world implode. Thereby proving he is a carrot. ~Lordbob My System Specs