X is short of the Y times the Z *by more than the A
Give me the equation for above.
X is short of the Y times the Z *by more than the A
Give me the equation for above.
I cannot decipher the statement above, in mathematical terms.
What are your thoughts?
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Does this sound right?
X < A - (y*Z)
or X < (y*Z) + a
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