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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?)
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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


1 > 2


Kila siku siasa siasa, hebu changamsha bongo wembongo!!
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Simple

= 1
 
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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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...naona umechoka bora ukapumzike kuliko ku flood na hizi non sense zako,nimekupa thanks ili ukapumzike na ukirudi topic itakuwa deleted tayari!
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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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 is trickery here!

log(0.5) = -0.301029996

log(0.25) = -0.602059991
There u are pundit [(-0.301029996) > (-0.602059991)], but how possible, 1 > 2
 
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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!
May be CCM + Political Corruption is always greater that any number

Something is missing there, Koba please help!!!!!!
 
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There u are pundit [(-0.301029996) > (-0.602059991)], but how possible, 1 > 2
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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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.
You have revealed 95% of the answer
 
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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.
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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