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1 + 2 = 4?


when comparing apples to bananas .   we only know |1| + |2| = |3|   absolutely.  1 + 2 = 3  is technically a lie.  So what I'm asking, is the answer 4?


1 + 2 = 4  > 1 + 2 = 3 

correct me if im wrong.

nothing is whole, pure, not rotten, or the same size.   We are taught to lie in school.  argumentative papers taking quotes out of context to prove a false point right.  Should we not be selling 3 as 4? -   supersaturated ..   

Edited by exorb
the riper the fruit the sweeter the vine.
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i'm not fully sure what you are asking,

yes, no object is perfectly identical to another,

but that doesn't mean they are necessarily worth less/more.

if i have two apples, one shaped like a pear, the other like a cucumber, i still have two apples.


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