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Invest economies and opportunity cost
Posted: Sep 14, 2013 12:32 AM
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Guarantees a return of 1 and 2/7 gain.
1 and 2/7 is 9/7.
At cost of investment 5/7 the potential gain offset investment.
There follows after single interval 3 to 5x quotient cost gain ratio of 2 over whole of 1=7
where each 1 is 1/2 of 2/7
There follows
2x product
2/7 is accessible via product not
accessible by multiplicative
accessible by sum
2/7+2/7=4/7
of
7/7 equals 1 by 10
as
3/7 greater by magnitude product 1
or
57/100 by a product of 10
times the product of
1 ten times.
One hundred divisive.



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