X= (x-1)……(x-100)…..(x-a)……(x-z)

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X= (x-1)(x-2)(x-3)……(x-100)…..(x-a)……(x-z)

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    x-x=0 so whole is zero

    Yodha Expert Answered on 30th January 2016.
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    X= (x-1)……(x-100)…..(x-a)……(x-z)
    here ,
    x can be a whole number or rational or irrational or even unreal number ,,  and  ,, the same can be said for the ‘ a’, ‘ b ‘, ‘ c ‘,’ d ‘  … ‘ z ‘ .  as I am not bound by any type of restriction to think of a particular group of  values of x.
    since,         X= (x-1)……(x-100)…..(x-a)……(x-z)
    =>         X={  (x-1)  .  (x-2)  .  … . (x-100) . …}{ (x-a) . (x-b) . … . ( x-z ) }
    =>         X={ A } . { B }
    Case1:     for A,      1) if x is Whole no. , then A=0 .  2) x is Real but not Whole no. , then  A is not 0 .
    Case2:     for B,      1) if x= Real or Unreal ,but  x= a or b or … or z   , then B=0   2) x and a,b,c…z are nowhere near each other in the family(say x is Whole or a is Rational etc) or in their family set( say x and abc..z are rational but way different in values) then, B is not 0.
    from above we can conclude that,
    X=0 ,,,,  for Case1.1) and Case2.1)  (atleast)
    but not  X=0 many possiblities.

     

     

    Shanu katolkar Genius Answered on 12th April 2016.

    (x-x) will always be zero 🙂

    on 14th April 2016.
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