# Every engineer understands the arithmetic operation whereby the sum of two real numbers, for instance Can be written in a very simple way. Undoubtedly,

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Every engineer understands the arithmetic operation whereby the sum of two real numbers, for instance Can be written in a very simple way. Undoubtedly, however, this representation completely lacks in style. Professional finesse...

From our first courses in mathematics, we are taught that, and moreover that, Furthermore, everyone is aware of the fact that,

Therefore the operation below, Can easily be written more elegantly as: This equation, as one easily observes, is far more scientific.

It is well known that: and that,

Based upon which we can expand to, Which in turn translates into a much more straightforward and easy to comprehend function,

However, once the following is taken into account, We can quickly deduce, using elementary level mathematics (based on the hypothesis of single-dimensional space), that :

If we merge the simplified equations, and we get,

By applying the previous simplifications, we deduce that from the following equation: We can arrive in an elegant and broadly understood method, at the equation below: (which, we must admit is far more professional than the crude representation below)

This presentation was intended for our lawyer friends (and perhaps some economists) so that they know that we too, from the field of education can complicate matters to an infinite level.

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