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Name: Kevin Who is asking: Student Level of the question: All Question: The trinity concept says three is one. Mathematically, I will attempt to proof this.
But how can three equals one? Can it? 

Hi Kevin, In your "proof" your last step involved division by (GT) which is equivalent to zero since your opening line says G=T. Once you divide by zero, you end up with mathematical nonsense like 3=1. So while it appears tht you have proved 3=1, you really haven't because mathematically you cannot divide by 0. Hope this helps,
