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Q: What is AB equals C plus D?

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a/b=c/d =>ad=bc =>a =bc/d b =ad/c c =ad/b d =bc/a so if a+b=c+d is true => (bc/d)+(ad/c)=(ad/b)+(bc/a) => (bc2+ad2)/dc=(da2+cb2)/ab => ab(bc2+ad2)=dc(da2+cb2) and since ad=bc, => ab(adc+add) =dc(ada+adc) => abadc+abadd =dcada + dcadc => abadc-dcadc =dcada-abadd => (ab-dc)adc =(dc-ab)add ad cancels out => (ab-dc)c =(dc-ab)d => -(dc-ab)c =(dc-ab)d => -c = d so there's your answer :)

If: a = b+c+d Then: c = a-b-d

c = 6 and d = 7

A plus b plus c equals d. A is the largest answer b is the smallest answer and d is less than 6?''

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a+b+c+d+e = 30 (i) c+e = 14 (ii) d+b = 1 (iii) a = 2b-1 (iv) a+c = 10 (v) By (i)-(ii)-(iii): a = 15 then, by (iv): b = 8 and by (v): c = -5 Also, b = 8 so by (iii): d = -7 and then by (i), e = 19

If a=b and c=d then (a+c)=(b+d) ? This is proved very simply by the direct application of perhaps the most fundamental statement in all of Algebra: "If equals are added to equals, the sums are equal."

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