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Out of the so-called proofs, are there any without a disguised division by 0? I've never seen one. All of these mathematical fallacies that I've seen have disguised division by 0.

For example:

Somewhere it says x=y and somwhere else it cancels out like this:


(x-y)ab = g(x-y)

ab = g


And you'd think nothing wrong happened but you've divided by 0 disguised as x-y as x = y.

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