All the Money You'll ever Need!

**( Note:**
This page is intended to **teach you something about Mathematics** and **reality**.
We do ** not** actually believe in the truth of this proposition

Let** M ** be the amount of money you now have (your real
cash assets), and let** N **be the amount of money you need.
The average of these two amounts is given by:** A = (M+N)/2**.
By applying simple algebra, we can also write this as** 2A
= M + N ** or

**N + M = 2A**.

Multiplying both sides of this equating by **(N-M), ** we
obtain:

**(N + M) (N-M) = 2A (N-M)**
(1)

or

**N ^{2} - M^{2} = 2AN -
2AM**. (2)

By transposing the** M ^{2} **and the

**N ^{2} - 2AN =
M^{2} - 2AM**
(3)

and then add** A ^{2} **to both sides to obtain:

**N ^{2} - 2AN +
A^{2} = M^{2} - 2AM +
A^{2}**.
(4)

Next, we factor both sides simplifying it to:

**(N - A) ^{2}
= (M - A)^{2}**. (5)

And taking the square root of both sides gives us just:

**N - A = M - A**,
(6)

or** N = M **(after adding** A **to both
sides), thus the money you already have**
(M) **is exactly what you need** (N)**.

Assuming that you do not believe this proposition to be true (
*if you do*, *please contact me in order to arrange a method whereby
you can send some of your excess cash to people who still need some!* ),
then you owe it to yourself to figure out where and why* an error exists*
in the calculations above!

**If you want
to know for sure whether or not you've discovered the errors in this so-called
proof, then Read this page.**