## Popular Content

Showing content with the highest reputation on 25/10/14 in all areas

1. 1 point
2. 1 point ## Got any questions?

here you go
3. 1 point ## Got any questions?

NO MINE!
4. 1 point ## Got any questions?

I would love one.
5. 1 point
I will forever be amazed at this answer...
6. 1 point ## Got any questions?

Not wanting to go off topic. But 2+2=6 isn't something I would consider illogical. What do you mean by the symbol, "2"? Maybe this symbol represents three units. So then 2+2= three units + three units = six units which can be represented by the symbol "6" (If you'd like). What I mean is that in your mind you can decide for yourselves on what these "Symbols" represent in Mathematics. Saying 2+2=6 is correct since the statement is ambiguous if we consider that Mathematicians haven't agreed on these symbols. However, saying "Two units + Two units = Six units is incorrect. Of course, there is nothing called "True symbolization of a concept". Humans always have to create Symbols for different ideas. However if someone asks me, 2+2=6? I would simply say I don't know. I would need him to state, "We are following the numerical symbols that mathematicians have agreed on." **Warning: Don't give this answer in a test ^^.. I have learned that the hard way because I was simply mad at the teacher so I further replied like so."