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If multiplying two negatives equals a positve then shouldn't two Bedieveds equal a Lechatehila?

E.G. I heard from a HaRav Mansour Shelit"a that if one washes one's self with Tisha Kabin, then it counts for Mikwe Bediavad + HaRav Musafi Shelit"a writes in his book Shivat Sion that if one washes their hands with a Natlan 40 times (20 each) it counts as if one has Toveled in a Mikwe.

Do two Bediavads equal a Lechatehila?

(Please provide a complicated mathematical equation)

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closed as too localized by Isaac Moses Mar 12 '12 at 5:08

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Here's your forumla:

Gravitational force

You can use it to calculate the gravity of the act you are performing.

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