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### #11 brhan

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Posted 21 March 2008 - 12:59 PM

The inference is not always true:
18/6 = 3
24/6 = 4

Correct..... But, the conclusion E*E=O is also not true. I think that is where you play the game ...
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### #12 brhan

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Posted 21 March 2008 - 01:53 PM

The inference is not always true:
18/6 = 3
24/6 = 4

I think the moral of the proof is if you follow a reasoning which is not always true, you end up with a conclusion which will never be true.
O*E=E and E*E=E ... but as you said, it is not always true E/E=E or E/E=O.
The conclusion was E*E=O ... which will never be true.
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