I have two sets of 64 numbers (1.1 to 7.4). Both number sets are created using the same equation for values of i from 0 to 63.

m = 1.1 + ( i * 0.1 )

n = 1.1 + ( i * 0.1 )

I am trying to understand if the following equality is false in all cases except when the terms in each expression are equal (e.g. m^-12 = n^-12 and so on).

There are no restrictions regarding utilization of the numbers in the number sets: the same number may be used repeatedly in the expression (e.g. 0.1^-12 + 0.1^-12 and so on).

Alternatively, I need to identify when the equality will be true in cases where the terms are different (e.g. m^-12 not equal to n^-12 and so on).

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