you have been of much help tonight, I truly appreciate that. I can also, honestly, say that I can retrace my steps and explain how I arrived at the answer after your detailed explanations. Thank you very much. Hope to one day help someone as you have helped me (maybe in another area though, not everyone is gifted at mathematics)!

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