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We can not share a problem,

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discover

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The ratio warm : cold can be defined if we know the context: temperature for example. But what would be the context of the contradiction problem : solution?

Can we divide a problem by a solution as a mathematical task?

As 1 problem : 4 solution = 0.25 problem?

 

People and especially politicians do divide problems even before they start looking at solutions. They don’t state I want to have clean air, no they claim to go for cleaner air instead. They want to do less bad by taking care of a part of the problem, by implementing partly solutions by minimisation, reduction etc.

 

1 problem : 4 solution = 0.25 problem?

 

Lets define the problem as having a headache.

 

I’ve a headache 6 days a week and I would like two people to help me in dividing the problem equally. 6/6 : 3 = 2/6 headache per person.

For me its part of the solution, but do the others only have 2/6th of a problem?

 

Go to your doctor and if he asks what the problem is just tell him that it is just 2/6th of a problem. He will laugh but for you it’s a whole new problem, 1 problem. It would result in 3 people having a headache, 2 + 2/6th problem instead of the initial 1. Rational and logically one would say no to the question of willing to share cancer, HIV or hunger with millions in Africa.

 

But what if we would do the things we do different, what if we would have the solution,

1 solution for all problems, could we than divide 1 solution : 9 problems for example?

1 Solution : 9 Problems = 1/9th  Solution per problem
1/9 solution results in 1 problem - 1/9 solution = 9/9 – 1/9 = 8/9 problem

9 problems result in 9 x 8/9 = 72/9 = 8 after the first input. Output = 8 and will become the new input.

Input 0, output 0.
Input 1, 1/9 solution, results in: 9/9 – 1/9 = 8/9 x 9 = 72/9 = 8
Input 2, 1/8 solution, results in: 8/8 – 1/8 = 7/8 x 8 = 56/8 = 7
Input 3, 1/7 solution, results in: 7/7 – 1/7 = 6/7 x 7 = 42/7 = 6
Input 4, 1/6 solution, results in: 6/6 – 1/6 = 5/6 x 6 = 30/6 = 5
Input 5, 1/5 solution, results in: 5/5 – 1/5 = 4/5 x 5 = 20/5 = 4
Input 6, 1/4 solution, results in: 4/4 – 1/4 = 3/4 x 4 = 12/4 = 3
Input 7, 1/3 solution, results in: 3/3 – 1/3 = 2/3 x 3 = 06/3 = 2
Input 8, 1/2 solution, results in: 2/2 – 1/2 = 1/2 x 2 = 02/2 = 1
Input 9, 1/1 solution, results in: 1/1 – 1/1 = 0/0 x 1 = 00/0 = 0

 

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