# Swiss Cheese Math

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Question to diam:

Swiss Cheese has holes. The more cheese,

the more holes. The more holes, the less

cheese. In theory, the more cheese you

have, the less cheese you have.

Stranger 1 : This is fallacy.

Stranger 2: No it' s not

Stranger 2: The more total cheese you

possess, the less actual cheese there is

comparative to how much space is taken up.

Stranger 1 I Amount of cheese is directly proportional to

amount of swiss.

Stranger 1 : Where swiss is the sum of cheese and

holes.

Stranger 2: True, and the ratio may be the same.

Stranger 1: Cheese is always less than swiss.

Stranger 2: Well, the total volume of the holes

increases at the same rate as the cheese.

Stranger 1: Exactly, () is constant.

Stranger 2: But the total amount of choose you

CAULD have (constant) if it weren' t actually holes is

increasing.

Stranger 2: So you actually have less and less cheese

than you could have when you add to the total.

Stranger 2: Perspective depending.

Stranger 1: But by that logic, as swiss approaches

infinity, cheese approaches zero.

Stranger 1: Making () a curved function.

Stranger 1: GOD DAMMIT, now I have to make an

integral equation forthis.

Stranger 2: Well, that would only be if cheese

decreased with the increase of holes, but it doesn' t.

Stranger 1: Hope, I' m not doing this. I' m not doing

calculus in my free time.

Stranger 1 has disconnected

Question to diam:

Swiss Cheese has holes. The more cheese,

the more holes. The more holes, the less

cheese. In theory, the more cheese you

have, the less cheese you have.

Stranger 1 : This is fallacy.

Stranger 2: No it' s not

Stranger 2: The more total cheese you

possess, the less actual cheese there is

comparative to how much space is taken up.

Stranger 1 I Amount of cheese is directly proportional to

amount of swiss.

Stranger 1 : Where swiss is the sum of cheese and

holes.

Stranger 2: True, and the ratio may be the same.

Stranger 1: Cheese is always less than swiss.

Stranger 2: Well, the total volume of the holes

increases at the same rate as the cheese.

Stranger 1: Exactly, () is constant.

Stranger 2: But the total amount of choose you

CAULD have (constant) if it weren' t actually holes is

increasing.

Stranger 2: So you actually have less and less cheese

than you could have when you add to the total.

Stranger 2: Perspective depending.

Stranger 1: But by that logic, as swiss approaches

infinity, cheese approaches zero.

Stranger 1: Making () a curved function.

Stranger 1: GOD DAMMIT, now I have to make an

integral equation forthis.

Stranger 2: Well, that would only be if cheese

decreased with the increase of holes, but it doesn' t.

Stranger 1: Hope, I' m not doing this. I' m not doing

calculus in my free time.

Stranger 1 has disconnected

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