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At elementary level we understand that if we add a number squared to its negative number squared what we get is twice the square of the number. Now let's apply this concept to a world of matter, antimatter and one which has both. Suppose we have an amount of matter A and an amount of antimatter -A, we add them what we get is zero. suppose we sqare them then what happens the antimatter world falls into the matter world ( converse is not true for matter world) and we get a summation as twice the sqaure of matter and resultantly ...??? Should not the dealings solely with -ve numbers fall in the third quadrant and tose with +ve numbers in first quadrant and therefore diffrent altogather.
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