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After having read your post and having a complete understanding of mathematics I can tell you there is no way to propagate any mathematical formula that would equate reasons worth living into a mathematical formula. Reasons worth living are generally emotional in some way shape or form. In math there is no emotion. There's no way to incorporate emotion into a mathematical formula. The only possibility I can think of might be to say something like life = x+y+z. Where X Y and Z are anything you choose for substitution. Before you do this let me warn you that the mathematical community will ask you for making such a comparison. The scientific Community would do the same. And many readers of your book would chastise you in one way or another. I am curious as to why you need a mathematical formula in the first place for your book.
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