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http://www.gold-eagle.com/editorials_05/hommel122205.html
I was wondering if you people think that this is really possible for the price of Silver to get close to as high as this guy says it will?
What do you think?

May 21, 2019 / By Frederica

yes, it can. but whatever price it becomes, there's a better chance over the long term of silver holding its value more than a paper US Dollar ever can.

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x/2 * 1.1 = 22 x = 44/1.1 = $40 Edit: Re: explanation? we know that 1/1 is 100% , i.e.(whole, complete), then: 50% is just 1/2 and 25% = 1/4, now, let's assume an item is $100 and the tax is 10% so what's the cost? Well, ordinarily we solve as: 100 * 0.1 = 10 => tax 100 + 10 = $110 => cost Instead of 2 steps you can do it in 1 step: so 100% is 1 , and 10% = 0.1, so the cost is simply 1.1 times the original price or : 100 * 1.1 = $110 And it works the other way as well, think about it and if you have any questions, please let me know. Now in this case, they don't give us the original price so let's assume it's $x, then: $x * 50% = $x/2 => price before tax $x/2 * 10% = x/2 * 0.1 = x/2 * 1/10 = $x/20 => tax , then: x/2 + x/20 = 22 => multiply both sides by 20 10x + x = 440 11x = 440 x = 440/11 = $40 Or you can say, if x is the original price, then 50% discount is half off, or: x/2 , then: x/2 * 1.1 = 22 => 1.1 is the price + 10% tax: x/2 * 1.1 = 22 => multiply both sides 2/1.1: (x/2 * 1.1) * 2/1.1 = 22 * 2/1.1 x = 44/1.1 = 44/1 / 11/10 => use a/b / c/d = (ad)/(bc) x = (44 * 10)/(1 * 11) = (4 * 10)/(1 * 1) x = $40 And you don't even need your calculator. Regards.

Nothing, there are no silver mines. Silver is a byproduct of mining for other metals like iron, copper, aluminum, and gold. There is no dedicated silver mines or silver mining companies so closing imaginary companies won't do a thing.

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You are not legally obligated to pay one dime more than you agreed. They are not legally obligated to continue providing services at the lower rate unless you can prove that's what THEY agreed to. Whether YOU "signed on the dotted line" certainly isn't proof that THEY signed or that whatever it it you signed is legally binding on them in the way you interpret it.

No never, a new rule cannot influence past agreements, its called retroactivity, one of the oldest basic law principles. So, if you signed a paper that had 25K written on it, you pay 25K. At least for the academic year you signed the enrollment agreement (or whatever it is called).

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