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Here I am proving with mathematics that study = fail, that means if you study, you will fail!

Prove:

We know that,

study= no fail ...... (1)

no study= fail ...... (2)

By adding equation 1 & 2 we get,

study+no study=no fail+fail

or, study(1+no)=fail(no+1)

or, study(1+no)=fail(1+no)

Now, by dividing (1+no) from both sides, we get,

study = fail

So, if you study, you will fail!

Is it really possible to prove it by math? Will it match with reality?

I don't sure if it will match with the reality. But it is possible to prove with the math. Because .......

Albert Einstein stated the definition of mathematics like this: "as far as the laws of mathematics refer to reality, they are not certain; and as far as they are certain, they do not refer to reality."

Prove:

We know that,

study= no fail ...... (1)

no study= fail ...... (2)

By adding equation 1 & 2 we get,

study+no study=no fail+fail

or, study(1+no)=fail(no+1)

or, study(1+no)=fail(1+no)

Now, by dividing (1+no) from both sides, we get,

study = fail

So, if you study, you will fail!

Is it really possible to prove it by math? Will it match with reality?

I don't sure if it will match with the reality. But it is possible to prove with the math. Because .......

Albert Einstein stated the definition of mathematics like this: "as far as the laws of mathematics refer to reality, they are not certain; and as far as they are certain, they do not refer to reality."