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    Senior Member Zhaylin's Avatar
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    Thanks @kittenke I was wondering what was being represented by the symbols. My worst skill is anything math related.
    So, (pulling something out of thin air here lol) Ni>Se>Ne=Ti would be Se eats Ni so Se is better. Yet Ne eats Se so Ne is greater. Ne=Ti means they're equal. So, wouldn't it be better to say Ne Ti Se Ni But then, how does that turn into Type

    So, yeah. Thanks for the explanation because I'm clueless.
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    Insane Visionary Kanra13's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by kittenke View Post
    Te and Ti are MOST DECIDEDLY not the same in the two systems.

    Maybe Ne and Ni are close enough.




    LIE-Ni?
    That is possible as it does describe me. As does INTj-Ne and ENTp-Ti

    It explains an ambitious part of myself so I'll wear those shoes for a bit and see how it feels
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