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I have devised a new formula with 2 equal to signs, hence having 3 equations,
x÷a-y÷a=x (2×a)
x is a random positive number
a is a smaller random positive number than x
y is the answer you get by dividing x and a
The second equal to sign comes when u get the answer
Thus you see 2 equal to signs and 3 equations. The problem is
Trying to find a is almost impossible and I have tried almost all possible ways....if you can solve this and get a=2 then please email me the answer on
Thank you!

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