# What is the area of a square thats 34 by 24? (I need someone with good theripist skills please T^T)

What is the area of a square thats 34 by 24? (I need someone with good theripist skills please T^T)

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1. Expert says:

i think it's eleven too, don't woosh me here, but according to the "experts" it's 2.

the proof starts from the peano postulates, which define the natural

numbers n. n is the smallest set satisfying these postulates:

p1.   1 is in n.

p2.   if x is in n, then its "successor" x' is in n.

p3.   there is no x such that x' = 1.

p4.   if x isn't 1, then there is a y in n such that y' = x.

p5.   if s is a subset of n, 1 is in s, and the implication

(x in s => x' in s) holds, then s = n.

then you have to define addition recursively:

def: let a and b be in n. if b = 1, then define a + b = a'

(using p1 and p2). if b isn't 1, then let c' = b, with c in n

(using p4), and define a + b = (a + c)'.

then you have to define 2:

def:   2 = 1'

2 is in n by p1, p2, and the definition of 2.

theorem:   1 + 1 = 2

proof: use the first part of the definition of + with a = b = 1.

then 1 + 1 = 1' = 2   q.e.d.

note: there is an alternate formulation of the peano postulates which

replaces 1 with 0 in p1, p3, p4, and p5. then you have to change the

def: let a and b be in n. if b = 0, then define a + b = a.

if b isn't 0, then let c' = b, with c in n, and define

a + b = (a + c)'.

you also have to define 1 = 0', and 2 = 1'. then the proof of the

theorem above is a little different:

proof: use the second part of the definition of + first:

1 + 1 = (1 + 0)'

now use the first part of the definition of + on the sum in

parentheses:   1 + 1 = (1)' = 1' = 2   q.e.d.

2. mads000 says:

Answer is in a file below

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3. Expert says:

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and if they dont well then thats less customers for them in a less profitable way

plz mark brainliest