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a math riddle. what is better - 1 million dollars tomorrow or 1 penny each day that doubles for a whole year. ex 1st day = 1 penny, 2nd day is 2 , 3rd= 4 and so on for a year

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  1. Lovelesstime Group Title
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    The 1 penny deal because you'll end up with more money.

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    the 2nd one!

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    3

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    I'll take a mil today! who knows what will happens tomorrow or year from now :))

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  5. Lovelesstime Group Title
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    If you don't believe me, do the math. It ends up as a LOT.

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    Iniki. Would you rather have more than a million? In 4 months you could have a million.

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    I believe you! Just $$ now looks better to me:)

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    it's the story of the inventor of CHESS, does anyone knows it????????

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  9. inik Group Title
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    there is never guarantee what tomorrow will bring... 4 month - long time!

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    are you talking about the chess game?

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    King in India...one grain of rice for the first square of the board, two grains for the second,... this one?

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    i meant the same calculation is needed as the inventor of chess had done!

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    yeah exactlyyyyyyyyyyyy!!!!!!!!!!!

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  14. inik Group Title
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    I was jocking...I'm saying that to ME mil today is better then $$$$ tomorrow.. :) just a personal preference :))

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