Yo, for real that was real ill Dis.
You brought me back to a time not too long ago. When I still lived at home my mom would watch Seven everyday. Well one day when she was watching I asked her why she did all the time and she told me it was because She related to the characters so much. She didn't break it down with math like you did but pretty much the same way. She told me that she identifies with Morgan Freeman's character and said his wisdon came from his experience and going through things while of course Brad Pitt being the young hard head. My mom used to do a lot of crazy shit back in the day and she used to tell me, if she had the wisom of those things she did back when she was younger she would've went about the situations totally different. You know, wouldn't have flipped so easily and just rationalized instead. But the last part of the movie was the realest to her and she told me that she felt the same way as Morgan, that killing him would've been giving him what he wanted and she wouldn't knowing this. It's like I heard my man Christbearer said although I'm sure he's not the first to say it...
When we are able to see beyond the effect to the cause that produced the effect, then we are able to see correct. And no longer will our decisions be emotional decisions, they are made rational and with precision.
Rise above emotions