# 9x-7i > 3(3x-7u)=

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## Re: 9x-7i > 3(3x-7u)=

Hmmm...Divide the eight....add the one....carry the two...Fourty two!

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## Re: 9x-7i > 3(3x-7u)=

9x-7i > 3(3x-7u) = ?

3(3x-7u) < 9x-7i = ?

1 < 3, so

1(1x-7u) < 9x-7i = ?

which means:

-7u < 9x-7i = ?

-7u is clearly less than whatever the rest is, so we can just get rid of that now:

9x-7i = ?

9x = 7i

x = 7i / 9

Everyone knows that imaginary numbers are figments of some deranged mathematician's imagination, so there's no harm in just ignoring them completely. Since 7 times an imaginary number is still an imaginary number:

x = 1/9

QED (quite easily done)

3(3x-7u) < 9x-7i = ?

1 < 3, so

1(1x-7u) < 9x-7i = ?

which means:

-7u < 9x-7i = ?

-7u is clearly less than whatever the rest is, so we can just get rid of that now:

9x-7i = ?

9x = 7i

x = 7i / 9

Everyone knows that imaginary numbers are figments of some deranged mathematician's imagination, so there's no harm in just ignoring them completely. Since 7 times an imaginary number is still an imaginary number:

x = 1/9

QED (quite easily done)

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## Re: 9x-7i > 3(3x-7u)=

Loki wrote:Love you too, blivvy <3

Heh but u didn't give any answer

Wonko the Sane wrote:9x-7i > 3(3x-7u) = ?

3(3x-7u) < 9x-7i = ?

1 < 3, so

1(1x-7u) < 9x-7i = ?

which means:

-7u < 9x-7i = ?

-7u is clearly less than whatever the rest is, so we can just get rid of that now:

9x-7i = ?

9x = 7i

x = 7i / 9

Everyone knows that imaginary numbers are figments of some deranged mathematician's imagination, so there's no harm in just ignoring them completely. Since 7 times an imaginary number is still an imaginary number:

x = 1/9

QED (quite easily done)

Eh yea idk. I suck at algebra. But you get an A+++ if you are right

Anyway the answer I was looking for was (before loki ruined it) i <3 u.

**blivvy**- Marshmallow Academy Member
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## Re: 9x-7i > 3(3x-7u)=

I just wanted to show that I knew the answer but still give others a chance to try too

**Loki**- Court Jester
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## Re: 9x-7i > 3(3x-7u)=

i < 3u Yeah.

9x - 7i < 3 (3x -7u)

= 9x - 7i < 9x - 21u

= -7i < -21u (canceling out the 9x)

Simplified: i < 3u

Therefore: I love you. It's a pretty nerdy chatup line that I found years ago

9x - 7i < 3 (3x -7u)

= 9x - 7i < 9x - 21u

= -7i < -21u (canceling out the 9x)

Simplified: i < 3u

Therefore: I love you. It's a pretty nerdy chatup line that I found years ago

**Loki**- Court Jester
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## Re: 9x-7i > 3(3x-7u)=

Best proof ever.Mr.Fjord wrote:Hmmm...Divide the eight....add the one....carry the two...Fourty two!

**Theicecreaman**- Time Lord
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## Re: 9x-7i > 3(3x-7u)=

Wonko the Sane wrote:

QED (quite easily done)

I don't think that's what that is

**KaiStagon**- Cookie Academy Member
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## Re: 9x-7i > 3(3x-7u)=

KaiStagon wrote:Wonko the Sane wrote:

QED (quite easily done)

I don't think that's what that is

I'm pretty sure it's foreign for as was demonstrated.

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**Mr.Fjord**- Number of posts: 69

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## Re: 9x-7i > 3(3x-7u)=

Listen people, as a twice graduated alumni of the fine arts association of disassociated mathematics haters and regressive physical disproofs by law of denaturing the pudding until sanity happens, I think I know a thing or two about proofs and how to quite easily do them.

I'm ready for question number two!

I'm ready for question number two!

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