# Look at this novel concept.

Gringo22
[(Money) = (2 ^ - 1) ] / [( Time) = (1 ^ - 1)]

(2 ^ -1) / (1 ^ -1) = (1 / 2) / (1 / 1) = ( 1 ^ -1) / (2 ^ -1)

## Answers and Replies

bao_ho
you're an idiot

Gringo22
bao_ho said:
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.

bao_ho
you're still an idiot

Science Advisor
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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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Gringo22 said:
[(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,

Crosson
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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Lovely! Certainly better than the original post.