## Look at this novel concept.

[(Money) = (2 ^ - 1) ] / [( Time) = (1 ^ - 1)]

(2 ^ -1) / (1 ^ -1) = (1 / 2) / (1 / 1) = ( 1 ^ -1) / (2 ^ -1)
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 you're an idiot

 Quote by bao_ho you're an idiot
I see. Flaming is appropriate behavior for a take no prisoner approach.

Next I'll be asked what this means numerous times.

## Look at this novel concept.

you're still an idiot
 Recognitions: Gold Member Science Advisor Staff Emeritus Saying what you mean in your first post, so that people don't have to ask would prove you are not an idiot! You seem to be telling us that 1/2= 2 which certainly doesn't make you look like a genius.

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 Quote by Gringo22 [(Money) = (2 ^ - 1) ] / [( Time) = (1 ^ - 1)] (2 ^ -1) / (1 ^ -1) = (1 / 2) / (1 / 1) = ( 1 ^ -1) / (2 ^ -1)
I don't really know what you mean, but mathematically, you are WRONG. Look again at your equation.
Viet Dao,
 At first glance of the original post, I thought it was going to be this common but funny "proof": A good relationship with a girl is a product of time and money: $$Girls = Time \cdot Money$$ But as we are reminded in the business world, time is money: $$time = money$$ $$Girls = money^2$$ We know from sunday school that money is the root of all evil: $$money = evil^{\frac{1}{2}}$$ $$Girls = money^2 = evil$$ And so we have definite mathematical proof that girls are evil!
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