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April 17, 2017, 05:41:29 PM
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One person showed me this:

Matrix 2×1 need 2 people to complete cycle
Matrix 2×2 need 14 people to complete cycle
Matrix 2×3 need 126 people to complete cycle
Matrix 2×4 need 2046 people to complete cycle
Matrix 2×5 need 65534 people to complete cycle

I have looked for a long time but I have not found any calculations that can give these figures. For you these results are good?

If so, what is the calculation to do to have these results?

How much does a 2×6,2×7,2×8,2×9 and 2×10 matrix need people?
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April 18, 2017, 09:59:46 AM
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Idk where you find these "calculations", in which site or blog or whatever, but really don't matter.
The only thing that matters, is that there is no matrix system. Roll Eyes

The "system" that you describe and want to "calculate" how many ppl you want in order to get rich (lol), is a "classic" scam MMM based scheme.
So i will suggest you two ways.
1. Move (to Investors-Based games section) or better, lock this Thread of yours.
2. Stop wasting your time and energy, for something that is just a fairytale/fraud/scam/steal/lie. You can name it whatever you like, it's the same. Cool
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