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the identity a+b=(a+b)(a-ab+b)

  • math - bogus -

    This is not an identity as written. To be so, you would need

    (a-ab+b) = 1

    which is clearly not true for most values of a and b.

    Fix it up and maybe we can get somewhere.

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