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This is not a puzzle, it's a math problem. Yes, they are equal. 

If there is more to think about, you need to give everyone the additional context.

 

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An "e" is missing or "warp" should be "wasp". But "y"?

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Discussions can't be meaningful if there's no attempt to explain the terms and circumstances of the topic. Our #1 rule of civility requires:

 

Be Coherent

When you reply, try to make as much sense as possible. Organize your post into paragraphs or sections as to make it easier to understand. If nobody knows what you're saying, they aren't going to learn anything from it, or try to reply to it.

If you are going to say "it" or "one" or "they" then make sure we know what you are talking about. "It" is not a very descriptive word and people may get confused as to what you are trying to say.

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