keiths is an Ignorant and Desperate Ass

keiths you do NOT get to tell me who my system works. And you prove that you are clueless:
Try again, keiths
Set subtraction is only used in cases where it can be. It is an easy way to tell if the cardinalities are different. I never said that is the only method.
keiths you do NOT get to tell me who my system works. And you prove that you are clueless:
Joe G insists that the leading zeros help him…
Of course those help me, keiths. YOU don’t get to tell me how my system works. You are a desperate loser.
…and then describes a procedure in which the leading zeros don’t help him in the slightest:
WRONG. What I described proves that the zero to the left of the decimal point helps. What is 3.13?Anyone can see that the “3” in one set matches with the “3” in the “3.1” in the other. The “4” in one set matches with the “4” in the “4.1” in the other and so on.
So besides the leading zeros problem, the elements don’t actually have to match, according to Joe. They merely have to Joematch, meaning that something in one matches something in the other.No, dumbass. The FIRST number is what matters.
Wait look closely at set D. The 5th element is actually 3.1. But if the purpose was to add .2 then it would be 4.0.But even the revised Joematching “procedure” fails, by leading to a contradiction. Consider the following four sets:A = {1,2,3,4,5…}
B = {2,4,6,8,10…}
C = {3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 3.5…}
D = {3.2, 3.4, 3.6, 3.8, 3.10…}
Try again, keiths
Set subtraction is only used in cases where it can be. It is an easy way to tell if the cardinalities are different. I never said that is the only method.
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