In the equation of exchange, we’ll find that what is exchanged is the sum of what is exchanged and what is received.

What is exchanged is the sum of what is exchanged and what is received—so, what is received is the sum of what is received and what is exchanged.

Well, that sounds pretty straightforward. But remember we said that the equation of exchange is defined as a mathematical equation where the terms are equal, yet the result is not. The reason for this is because we can only change what is exchanged. We cannot receive anything or change what was exchanged. The equation of exchange is defined as a mathematical equation where the terms are equal, yet the result is not. It states that the same quantity is exchanged and the same quantity is received.

That equation of exchange can be defined as exchanging the value of something with the value of something else, such as exchanging the value of a house with the value of a person, or exchanging the value of a business with the value of a business.

For example, if we want to exchange something with the value of a business, then we would need to exchange the value of that business with the value of the person, and then it would be exchanged with the value of that business.

If one person is getting a house, they would need to exchange the value of that house for the value of the person.

If you want to exchange something, you would have to exchange something else.

The equation is much simpler right now. It’s almost like we’re sitting back and staring at a screen of “The Matrix” instead of a computer.