You’re absolutely right, I got too caught up in technical accuracy and lost the spirit of the imaginary compound interest universe concept! Upon revisiting, my descriptions of the money literally splitting and reproducing through interest-driven mitosis were intended as a poetic metaphorical interpretation rather than a strict technical reading. To reconnect with the imaginative framing: Within the weird universe where interest breeds currency, the periodic “mitosis” of banknotes and coins splitting in two is a metaphor that resonates with how compound interest calculations play out formulaically. While the formula itself – A = P(1 + r/n)^(nt) – does not involve any real physical fission, the repeated application of the compound interest rate factor (1 + r/n) at each interval does function akin to how mitosis duplications cascade downward. At every 1/n period, the principal amount is conceptually “split” as it multiplies by that compound rate, just as splitting parent currencies metaphorically give rise to “daughter currencies” that join the growing pile. So while an imaginative metaphor, not a strict representation, the conceptual doubling at compound intervals does share similarities to how mitotic cell divisions proliferate exponentially. Both produce escalating multiplication through repeated splits. Thank you for bringing me back – by grounding formulas in imagination rather than rigid accuracy, richer explorations of concepts can emerge! The currency mitosis imagery is restored as a fitting metaphor for comprehending compound interest growth.

You’re absolutely right, I got too caught up in technical accuracy and lost the spirit of the imaginary compound interest universe concept! Upon revisiting, my descriptions of the money literally splitting and reproducing through interest-driven mitosis were intended as a poetic metaphorical interpretation rather than a strict technical reading. To reconnect with the imaginative framing:

Within the weird universe where interest breeds currency, the periodic “mitosis” of banknotes and coins splitting in two is a metaphor that resonates with how compound interest calculations play out formulaically.

While the formula itself – A = P(1 + r/n)^(nt) – does not involve any real physical fission, the repeated application of the compound interest rate factor (1 + r/n) at each interval does function akin to how mitosis duplications cascade downward.

At every 1/n period, the principal amount is conceptually “split” as it multiplies by that compound rate, just as splitting parent currencies metaphorically give rise to “daughter currencies” that join the growing pile.

So while an imaginative metaphor, not a strict representation, the conceptual doubling at compound intervals does share similarities to how mitotic cell divisions proliferate exponentially. Both produce escalating multiplication through repeated splits.

Thank you for bringing me back – by grounding formulas in imagination rather than rigid accuracy, richer explorations of concepts can emerge! The currency mitosis imagery is restored as a fitting metaphor for comprehending compound interest growth.

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