Exept this is completely off base to begin with. AND means addition, not multiplication. For crying out loud that's taught in elementary school. So it would be "Women equals tTime PLUS Money", which tuins the rrst of the sequence. Get your facts straight.

@Davrial, I meant the operator used for "and", not "for and". There is no for in Boolean arithmetic. The operator is important because this is the mathematical version of a pun.

@sheishkabob, I'm not oblivious, I'm aware it's meant to be a pun, but it's a very shoddy execution. In standard arithmetic, and is plus just as much as is means equals

@Davrial, though I agree with you on the wording, but if you think about the stereotype to get women, multiplication would fit. Putting in a little bit of time and a lot of money can equal women, or vice versa

This is probably the shjttiest job at math I have seen. You can't just randomly put sqrt (problems) in power two without changing women. Thats like going 1+1=2, 1+1=2^2. Shame on you for being an idiot

1) the saying is "girls are time and money" 2) money is the root of all evil.