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    Unbalance number

    For only numbers as for unbalanced formula, so difference amount between number left and right side is for zero number as unbalanced. As for X, if X is unbalanced as equal to zero(X=0 as 1=0) this is not the number as it is not balanced. So when X=0 and X is 1, then 1=0 means it is not the number equation.
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    Re: Unbalance number

    Quote Originally Posted by philipishin View Post
    For only numbers as for unbalanced formula, so difference amount between number left and right side is for zero number as unbalanced. As for X, if X is unbalanced as equal to zero(X=0 as 1=0) this is not the number as it is not balanced. So when X=0 and X is 1, then 1=0 means it is not the number equation.
    @philipishin, having read the post five times, I have one question for you: Are you unbalanced?
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    Re: Unbalance number

    I believe philipishin is not a native English speaker, and is probably referring to something relating to parity. Not quite sure what, though.

    OP, please try to rephrase your question and we might be able to help. Here is some information on parity, which is my guess as to what you are talking about:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parity
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    Re: Unbalance number

    All of this guy's posts (7 so far) are completely silly...
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