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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!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

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Simple

= 1

= 1

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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(1/2)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!

Kama hesabu hazipandi, basi waachie wanaoziweza maana wengi humu ni wanasiasa tu!!!!

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There is trickery here!

log(0.5) = -0.301029996

log(0.25) = -0.602059991

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When you divide to both sides the sign changes , this being negative division.There u are pundit [(-0.301029996) > (-0.602059991)], but how possible, 1 > 2

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

Now gimme my prize.

- May 19, 2007

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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.

- Feb 4, 2007

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You have revealed 95% of the answer

I revealed the whole in the post prior to yours

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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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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