the second fundamental theorem of ultra-socionics
Ni is valued at $26.38 for every candela.
take a big blotch of Ne. the luminosity of Ne is described with the letter L and is equal to width times luminosity over width. thus if the Ne has a width of 30 cm, the luminosity of the Ne will be equal to L.
similarly, if the luminosity is increased, the width of the Ne must necessarily stay the same. nonetheless, if the width stays the same, then the Ne is still in the form of a black triangle. when the luminosity of the Ne increases, the triangle cannot possibly remain black, and instead turns white, thus changing the Ne into Ni. as equation LXXXI from model P states, one white triangle of Ni is worth $26.38. therefore Ni costs $26.38 per candela.
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Even better, go do your homework.