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Can mathematica simplify an expression setting simplified answer equal to zero?
Basically I want to reduce something like:
Subscript[P, 4] - Subscript[P, 5] == Subscript[R, 4, 5]* Subscript[i, 4, 5]
when only one of them is known (...
Oct 25 '12 at 9:25
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