prove that by using situable identities-100-100/100-100=2 where 100-100 is not equal to 0​

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prove that by using situable identities….100-100/100-100=2 where 100-100 is not equal to 0​

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Elliana 5 months 2021-12-29T17:07:02+00:00 2 Answers 0 views 0

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    2021-12-29T17:08:18+00:00

    \mathfrak{dear\;user  }

    \mathfrak{question-}prove 100-100/100-100=2 ​

    \mathfrak{here\:is\:the\:solution\:for \:the question  }

    a^{2}-b^{2} =(a+b)(a-b)

    = (100-100)\div  (100-100)=2

    L.H.S

    =(10^{2} -10^{2})\div10(10-10)

    =(10+10)(10-10)\div10(10-10) cancel[tex](10-10)[/tex]from \:numerator \:and \:denominatior.

    =10+10\div10

    =20 \div 10

    =2

    R.H.S=2

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    2021-12-29T17:08:41+00:00

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