Hi! I have: a+b = c*d I want to have a and c on one side and b and d on the other. Can I manage this with some kind of operation? I'm am very grateful for help. Kind regards! /Magnus
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Originally Posted by Magnusc Hi! I have: a+b = c*d I want to have a and c on one side and b and d on the other. Can I manage this with some kind of operation? I'm am very grateful for help. Kind regards! /Magnus No because both a and b are dependent upon c and d, so there is no way they can be separated. Proof... There is a c on the right side, and there is no way you can get rid of it without having an a on the right side as well.
Hi! I mean some kind of non-arithmetic operator. Greetings!
Thanks a lot for your answer. I'm not sure I understand, yet. Similarily, both b and c are dependent on a and d but they can still be separated. I hope someone can help me understand! Kind greetings /Magnus
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