**45.000**rubles. This prompted me to a very interesting question:

**"Where does mathematics end?"**. And here's my answer:

**"Math ends where money begins"**. Try any mathematical theory to apply to money and you will learn a lot of interesting things about this theory.

I love math trolling. The sentence contained the phrase: "The price may be revised upwards". My response was: "$45.000 Price may be revised down". From the point of view of mathematics, the equality

**45.000=45.000**is beyond doubt. As soon as I add different units of money to this equality, it disappears.

Where does math end? |

We use numbers to measure money. Numbers are written on coins and banknotes. Have you heard of banknote or a coin with the number "zero"? Zero is not a number. The more I study this question, the more I am convinced of the correctness of my statement.

Zero dollars |

I'm not even talking about the minus sign on money. Through the prism of money, I considered set theory. The result is very interesting.

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