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# mathematical function

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What mathematical function will does something similar to this?

You have several variables that are dynamic but the complete expression remains the constant.

For example a sum, multiplication. You can add any two numbers together in any order and get a the same total. Not so with division.

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 Posted: March 9, 2009, 6:07 am - IP Logged

If the variables are linear, then simultaneous equations, e.g. 3x+5y=50 and 10y-5x=45, find x and y.

If they aren't linear, a*x + b*y^2 + c = 0, then you're getting in to quadratics and calculus.

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BTW, x = 5 and y = 7

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