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Moja Kubwa Kuliko Mbili (Kwa wanaojua hesabu tu!!)

Discussion in 'Habari na Hoja mchanganyiko' started by bokassa, Jul 10, 2008.

  1. bokassa

    bokassa JF-Expert Member

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    Log(1/2) > Log(1/4)
    Log(1/2) > Log(1/2)2
    Log(1/2) > 2Log(1/2) Divide by Log(1/2) each side


    Then you get 1 > 2
    (How can 1 be greater than 2?)
    Kila siku siasa siasa, hebu changamsha bongo we mbongo!!
     
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    Koba JF-Expert Member

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    ...naona umechoka bora ukapumzike kuliko ku flood na hizi non sense zako,nimekupa thanks ili ukapumzike na ukirudi topic itakuwa deleted tayari!
     
  3. Mzee Mwanakijiji

    Mzee Mwanakijiji Platinum Member

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    Simple

    = 1
     
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    Mama JF-Expert Member

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    1>2=1, i am allergic to mathematics
     
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    There is trickery here!

    I once saw a mathematical proof that every number equals every other number, the trick was somewhere there was division by zero. You are violating some law somewhere here, or simply producing a mirage.

    Log(1/2) > Log(1/4)
    Log(1/2) > Log(1/2)2
    Log(1/2) > 2Log(1/2) Divide by Log(1/2) each side




    log(0.5) = -0.301029996

    log(0.25) = -0.602059991

    by Log (1/2)2 = 2 Log (1/2)

    Log(1/2)2 = 2 x -0.301029996 approximately -0.602059992 checks

    -0.301029996 > -0.602059991

    Divide both sides by -0.301029996

    1 < 2 (sign change from negative division)
     
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    Naenda kulala ba nkwe, ila ukiweza leta jibu. How 1 can be greater than 2!!!!

    Kama hesabu hazipandi, basi waachie wanaoziweza maana wengi humu ni wanasiasa tu!!!!
     
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    Mzee Mwanakijiji Platinum Member

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    If that is not the case, then explain it to me how do the mafisadi do it..? it seems to them one (CCM) is greater than all other numbers!
     
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    There u are pundit [(-0.301029996) > (-0.602059991)], but how possible, 1 > 2
     
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    May be CCM + Political Corruption is always greater that any number

    Something is missing there, Koba please help!!!!!!
     
  10. Pundit

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    When you divide to both sides the sign changes :), this being negative division.

    so the end result becomes 1 < 2 not 1> 2.

    Now gimme my prize.
     
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    bokassa JF-Expert Member

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    You have revealed 95% of the answer
     
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    I revealed the whole in the post prior to yours

     
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    bokassa JF-Expert Member

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    Kama hujadesa, then you must be very good in mats!!! Had Sir Isaac Newton been alive today, he would probably like to meet with you!!!! Kwaheri mazee!!!!!!
     
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