# Money per person and 2nd generation

• caters
In summary, the conversation discusses the rules for determining the gender of numbers in a base 10 math world, where primes alternate between male and female genders and composites have different gender assignments based on the number of factors. It also introduces additional rules for reproduction, including the fact that hermaphrodites in this world are bifertile and can mate with both males and females. The conversation also mentions the four sex chromosomes present in this world and how they determine the gender of a number. The discussion then moves on to calculating the number of second generation numbers, assuming different reproduction scenarios and using various mathematical operations. Finally, there is a question about how long it would take for an equal amount of money to be earned by all numbers in this
caters
In my base 10 math world there are rules for the gender of 1st generation numbers. They are:

Primes alternate between 1 gender and another(specifically M and F)

Composites have 3 more rules related to number of factors:
M factors > F factors = M
M factors < F factors = F
M factors = F factors = H(hermaphrodite)

Now there are even more rules for reproduction(hermaphrodites are bifertile in Math World meaning that they produce both eggs and sperm). They are:

Male mates with Female
Female mates with Male(classic reproduction rules)

AND

Hermaphrodite mates with Female
Hermaphrodite mates with Male
Hermaphrodite mates with Hermaphrodite(resulting in 2 pregnancies)
Hermaphrodite mates with Self

All of this is because of 4 sex chromosomes like this:
XXXX: Female
XXXY: Male
XXYY: Hermaphrodite
XYYY: Male

0,2,5,10,11,17,20,22,23,31,34,40,41,42,43,46,47,50 ,55,59,61,62,68,71,79,80,82,85,88,89,92,94,and 100 are male

4,8,16,32,64,and 25 are hermaphroditic

the rest of the 101 numbers are female.

Given these reproduction rules and that every number gets x chances of reproduction and these operations:
+
-
*
/
^
nth root
and
tetration
how many 2nd generation numbers are there including repeats assuming that every time a number mates that it is either with a different number or with the same number but a different operational chromosome expressed?

Also the mother is one of the addends for +, the minuend for -, one of the factors(specifically the multiplicand which is what you are multiplying) for *, the dividend for /, the base for ^, the index for nth root, and both the base and exponent for tetration. So this reduces the potential amount in half since it is always Female or Hermaphrodite (Operation) Male, Hermaphrodite, or Self.

Also, assuming everything is free until all the x+101 numbers get an equal amount of money and 1 person produces per year 13,146,337,252,759,428 dollars(5 of each denomination of the third Zimbabwe dollar * 73(which is 365/5)), and that 5 people are producing money how many years will it take to get an equal amount of money to everyone? How much money will each number have after those y years?

Just to clarify the Third Zimbabwe Dollar denominations from 1 up are:

1 dollar
5 dollars
10 dollars
20 dollars
100 dollars
500 dollars
1000 dollars
10000 dollars
20000 dollars
50000 dollars
100000 dollars
500000 dollars
1 million dollars
10 million dollars
100 million dollars
200 million dollars
500 million dollars
1 billion dollars
5 billion dollars
10 billion dollars
20 billion dollars
50 billion dollars
10 trillion dollars
20 trillion dollars
50 trillion dollars
and
100 trillion dollars

Does this have some specific background or is it just a random collection of weird rules?

As far as the gender of first generation numbers that is from number gender synesthesia.

For the chromosomes it is from my knowledge that XX is female and XY is male in most organisms and that hermaphrodites can be fertile.

For the mother being the first number in the equation that is because the mother is the most important relative.

The reproduction rules are from my knowledge of meiosis and fertilization.

It's your invention, why don't you investigate it and tell us about the results, if you think they are interesting? Along the way you might be able to remove what appear to be inconsistencies between the definitions of gender using prime factors (which is pretty clear) and using chromasomes (which seems less clear to me).

## 1. What does "Money per person" mean?

"Money per person" refers to the average amount of money that each individual in a given population possesses or has access to. This can be calculated by dividing the total amount of money in a population by the number of people in that population.

## 2. How is "Money per person" measured?

"Money per person" can be measured by collecting data on the total amount of money (such as income or wealth) held by individuals within a population, and then dividing that number by the total population size.

## 3. What is the significance of "Money per person"?

"Money per person" is a useful metric for understanding the economic well-being and distribution of wealth within a population. It can also provide insight into the purchasing power and standard of living of individuals in a given area.

## 4. What is the relationship between "Money per person" and 2nd generation?

The relationship between "Money per person" and 2nd generation can vary depending on the context. In general, 2nd generation refers to the children or descendants of immigrants. In terms of "Money per person," this could mean looking at the average income or wealth of 2nd generation individuals compared to the overall population.

## 5. How does "Money per person" impact society?

"Money per person" can have a significant impact on society, as it can affect factors such as economic inequality, social mobility, and access to resources. High levels of "Money per person" can lead to a higher standard of living and increased opportunities for individuals, while low levels can create economic disparities and hinder social progress.

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