This is sort of an offshoot of the "this sentence is false thread". I think the solution to this question might be simpler than the solution to that one, which of course, may have the same solution as whether the chicken or egg came first.
Is it any more correct to say true rather than false?
Is this a nonsense question?
I don't really know where to start, so I hope others will.
A and B must have less value than C .
A is not the same as B or it would be A . B is not the same as A , like wise.
You could convince me it does and you could tell me its nonsense. The point is, do you believe it does? If you do then you must have a certain reason, if you have not, then whats your reasoning? A and B must have less value than C . A is not the same as B or it would be A . B is not the same as A , like wise. We have three values that could be interchanged , such as C-A= B ..it is useful but not valued. Another glass of red might help me.
From what I know the answer is no.
or possibly somewhere a=a+b=a+b+c
axb=ab I think somewhere
Not true. A could be negative, if we take the specific number to be of the set "All Real Numbers"
Also not true. A could be the same as B if A = B. It is one of the possible numbers in the set of all real numbers. (or any set, for that matter) It was not stated that A =/= B, therefore A could = B.
Go for a well developed 2-3 year-old cabernet sauvignon, That should do it.
Think people??? What, other than applied values and characters, do these three symbols represent?
It's easy, for crying out moderately noisily...
See you all soon.
Have a brilliant day, each of you.
You have it spot on c=a+b
But that's just reversing the inherent. All you are saying is, if a+b=c then c=a+b. That has to be, anyway. But why does a+b=c?
Now you know why I think the way I do.
No I am not reversing it. If you are assuming the value of C then you have not understood the equation.
You can not assume the value of c, if you do you are not doing proper math.
c here denotes only the value of the sum of a plus b.
you can try all you want say that c is what ever you want it to be and then try to make it true by adding in values for a and b but if it is not true then the equation is not true.
11 ≠ 4 + 5 (false statement)
9 = 4 + 5 (true statement)
c equals the sum of a plus b
c = a+b
so if c is not equal to the sum of a plus b then the statement is false.