I asked my friend, who is a mathematician. This was his reply, "Error is in line 5. There's a sad face there. It should be a happy face." I don't know if he was kidding or not.

Last line; one does not equal two. Unless it's not mathematics but some sort of heart-felt philosophy. Looks like mathematics to me, but I'm no Einstein.

=>-|1–3/2| = -|2–3/2| When you took the sqr root of each side in the preceeding step to produce this one, you assigned a negative value to one side and a positive to the other. As that function has two possible answers, you must specify which one is applicable.

Pshaw. We all know he's actually one of the reptilian overlords who will enslave us and charter us to their home planet to mine gold for them until we die.

It's true! I saw an image of him on my old TV and part of his skin was green, so it must be true!

That's not math. That's bull shit like the anything equals anything logical fallacy....which is essentially what you're using if you randomly equal anything to a mathmatical symbol and then treat it like math.

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