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Is 1 1 actually 2?

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in the mathematical way, yes but if you would like to see the other ways here's how it goes..

1+1= a window..

the two 1's make the 2 sides..
the equals sign breaks up and goes at the top& the bottom..
the add sign goes in the middle..
and there you have it.. a window..

also there are ways that you could say it.. like 1 'plus' 1 or 1 'add' 1 or 1 'and' 1 and that is the one i am going to tell you today..

1 'and' 1 can mean 11 like 2 'and' 2 can mean 22.. do you get it?

there is many ways looking at just simple numbers.
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