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revised What is the basis for a proof?
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revised {Thinking}: Why equivalent percentage increase of A and decrease of B is not the same end result?
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comment {Thinking}: Why equivalent percentage increase of A and decrease of B is not the same end result?
yes, yes i believe all or most can be translated somehow though (not precisely, but it can in a sufficient manner) -- clean-cut argumentation on math.stackexchange.com/questions/205304/… --- if i eventually find out math really cant, then this means it is in such a seperate world apart from everythin else that this would have very serious implications, but i honestly dont expect this to be the case -- i believe most ppl just arent teaching it right
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comment {Thinking}: Why equivalent percentage increase of A and decrease of B is not the same end result?
will read and think carefully about this on non-sleeping time -- thanks -- forewarning the answerer though, that even if i understand everything bypassing the translation gap, i dont think it'll be satisfactory because the question "why" specifically requests a clear non-math answer/example, but we'll see, i may be able to translate the math into real-world, practical, helpful understanding
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comment {Thinking}: Why equivalent percentage increase of A and decrease of B is not the same end result?
no, only if you already think/read in math lang, not when you dont understand it, like what was just written completely bewilders me and everyone else, so foreign
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comment {Thinking}: Why equivalent percentage increase of A and decrease of B is not the same end result?
because that is how we, naturally, from birth, conceptually think -- the object -- the dog, the cat, light, whatever, is the same. so canada and the usa is the SAME, they're both countries, JUST with diff governmental structure, diff location, diff amount of population, different social issues, diff other things and similar other things, BUT THEY ARE BOTH UNDER A GOVERNMENT, and meeting that condition, are thereby legally called a "country" that has human beings -- and that fundamentally makes them the same.
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