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Todays episode looks at one 'proof' of 1=2 and points out its flaws. The moral is that you must make sure you are not accidentally dividing by zero in your calculations and also that you should always look a little closer at life.

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In the world of math, many strange results are possible when we change the rules. But there’s one rule that most of us have been warned not to break: don’t divide by zero. How can the simple combination of an everyday number and a basic operation cause such problems?

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Using algebra and a little deception, Mr. John Hush proves (or does he?) that 1 = 2 to a class of amazed calculus students.

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