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g(x), meanwhile, is both positive and lucky.

Strictly speaking, f(x) is non-negative :-)

At least in almost everything, as opposed to g(x), who always is.

(⋀x:g(x)=7)⇔g=K(7)

f(x) isn't positive only when he says nothing!

At least g(x) is always rational.

Let's assume HIV(g(x))=f(x). In that case g(x) isn't really all that lucky.

He's always positive just like his friend h(x) = x^2! Except h(x) has a habit of imagining the negative.

So he's depressive. ^^

but if g(x) starts to imagine... nothing happens with him, but f(x)...that's another story...

g(x) is very lucky though.