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August 31st, 2016, 09:22 AM   #1
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Can this be simplified?

$$\frac{(2A - B) \cdot (2A - B - 1) \cdot (2A -B - 2) \cdot (2A - B - 3)}{(A - B) \cdot (A - B - 1) \cdot (A - B - 2) \cdot (A - B - 3)}$$
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u = 2a - b, v = a - b

u(u - 1)(u - 2)(u - 3) / [v(v - 1)(v - 2)(v - 3)]

Play with that....
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