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(x^{-2}/x^{2}) = 1/x^{4}. It does not equal 1.

As with all contradictory proofs, it involves division by zero.

I remember seeing a ln paradoxical proof a while ago. I can't remember it, so I came up with my own (I hope it's not the same!!)say x =1ln ((x^-2)/(x^2)) = 0lnx^-2 - lnx^2 =0lnx^-2 = lnx^2-2lnx = 2lnx-2 = 2What do you think?