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if T = W and T^2 = W*2 then
W*2 = T * T at this point it's obvious that W=T=2 but:
Since W = T we can sub T for W on the right hand side giving
W*2 = W*W
divide through by W to get
2 = W as I stated.
W^2/W = W...
a * denotes multiply.
Source. I have a Maths degree. also... my reply was (clearly a bad) attempt at humour. not intended to be analysed.
It just depends on whether you decide to do W*W or W+W.
In the first case, two women = T^2
In the second case, two women = 2T
Trouble squared or twice the trouble, all depends on how you want to combine the women.
W*2 = W^2 that requires W=2 and hence T=2
again, is was supposed to be a joke... but since everyone is so insistant that I'm wrong.
for a relationship for increasing women linearly to result in exponential growth of trouble you'd require:
let T = trouble and let T=x i.e. a large number representing trouble caused by 1 woman. then:
T = x^W
i.e. for 2 women: T = x^2
for 3 women T= x^3
etc...
The original post said W*2 (i.e. W+W) = T^2. Not mathematically correct if T=W.
W is not equal to T
W and T are related, but that doesn't mean they're equal
like please point out where the first comment said W=T
W*x = T^x
is that so difficult to understand?
I understood what he was getting at