# Forum:1+1?

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Hello Uncyclopedia. It is very late at night right now and i have math homework to do. But 1 probelm is keeping me awake. The hardist math probelm that has ever been done. A nealy impossible probelm that stresses me out like no other. So i cry for help... HOW THE HELL CAN I SOLVE THIS....

Whats 1+1=? Elassint 03:13, 10 October 2007 (UTC)

Two. --Lt. High Gen. Grue The Few The Proud, The Marines 03:16, 10 October 2007 (UTC)

## What the..

HOW DID YOU FIGURE THAT OUT? You must be a mathematician! Elassint 03:17, 10 October 2007 (UTC)

Is this a joke? We don't deal in humor here, buddy. -- 03:18, 10 October 2007 (UTC)
Ok, ok, so basically you want to determine the addition of the number 1 to another number 1? Let's perform some scientific calculations:

$2+2=\sqrt{5} ^2 = 7.92$

Now that we have that, let's substitute this number into our line equation...

$Q=-7.92{9}+12$

Alright, we have our line equation, now let's do some needless trig...

$\int e^x = f\left (u\right )^n$

Finally, we get a number...

$\int3^4*cos{2}$

$1+1=2$

Enjoy! - Admiral Enzo Aquarius-Dial the Gate 03:19, 10 October 2007 (UTC)

1+1 is impossible. Technically nothing can ever be one, as a "one" is always made up of smaller particles. Your math homework is trying to force biased philosophy on you. Strap on a beard and protest by scratching your chin and going "hmmm" a lot as if you're contemplating the mysteries of the universe.

Also, this is officially the most annoying forum to link to from Recent Changes. Just try clicking Forum:1+1?  Sir Skullthumper, MD (criticize  writings  SU&W) 04:42 Oct 10, 2007