Can you make this statement true by adding just one small line?
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Can you make up a puzzle like this? An equation or identity which is not true but can be made true by adding a line or a point. Your puzzle can be featured on this page. Enter your puzzle here.
Can you move just one number to make the statement above correct?
Can you move just one item to make the statement above correct?
Can you move just one digit to make the statement above correct?
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