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>>12348730
>since 1.7 is odd

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Is there a formal proof that x=0 is the only solution to x=2x?
In fact, IS it the only solution if we include nonreal numbers?

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>>11716982
You have to go back.

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>>11570813
cause your teacher just teaches the interpretation they believe

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>>10853288
>(2÷3)÷5 = 2÷(3÷5)
>2÷(3÷5)=2/15
>Obelus always implies division between the left and the right side



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