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One drop of water add to another drop of water, how many drops of water do we have?

Question asked by: knowitall

OK, now think carefully.

You start with one

Then you add another one

Turn this into a math equation anytime you get something tricky like this to deal with.

You get:

one water + one water

This then equals two water, or in symbols:

1 + 1 = 2

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If you add one drop of water to another drop of water, you will still only have one drop of water. But it will be a bigger drop of water than either of the two you started with.
By: Wyess.

Date of comment: Fri, Dec 24th 2010

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