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From: J Sather <jtsather@juno.com>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2007042314:53:32
Subject: Re: query



Ultimately, in order to have a = -b, you must divide by (a + b - c).
However, (a + b - c) equals zero. Dividing by zero is not possible.

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