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In this problem, I need to find $b-c$ when $a=4$, $b+c$ when $a=6$ and $a-b+c$ when $a=3$.
But I don’t understand why:
$$a=4\implies b-c=2$$ $$a=6\implies b+c=0$$ $$a=3\implies a-b+c=0$$
Why are these equalities correct?


Just set $x = b – c$ in the first equation, set $x = b$ in the second, and set $x = a – b + c$ in the third.

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The invention relates to an all-solid-state battery.
2. Description of Related Art
Conventionally, an all-solid-state battery with a light-transmitting electrode layer (e.g., see U.S. Pat. Nos. 6,156,296 and 6,432,672) includes an electrode containing a negative electrode, a solid electrolyte layer, and a positive electrode layer. The solid electrolyte layer is a single- or double-layer layer formed on the negative electrode side. The positive electrode layer includes a solid electrolyte layer and a thin metal film layer that is formed on the solid electrolyte layer. The positive electrode layer is provided in a manner that the positive electrode layer is not a single- or double-layer layer but is connected with the negative electrode. In this way, the positive electrode layer is electrically connected with the negative electrode.For the past few years, my coworker and friend, Ivan Poupyrev, has been developing an amazing interface to help humans interact with machines by means of using speech and gestures to control the machines. Ivan is the guy who designed the three first approaches for an interface named GestRewards – see the links below:

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I really need to get this extracted because this extraction script is slow.


How about piping the output of another command to cut:
cat file.txt | cut -d” ” -f2 | grep “….”

COUNTRY: Kazakhstan

REGION: West Asia

Olympic Gold Medallist Yerlan Idushenko (Russia) was cleared to train in an MMA cage yesterday (October 23rd) in Astana after his recent failed to overturn a ban on him returning to action until 2015.

The 31-year-old, who won gold in the super heavyweight boxing at London 2012, had asked to compete in two pro MMA bouts this year but was turned down by the National Olympic Committee (NOC) for health and safety reasons.

The NOC’s decision to exclude Idushenko from MMA was highly controversial, prompting a petition to change the rules, a vocal protest at a public hearing and widespread condemnation by Russian MMA fans.

Now, he has been given permission by the NOC to train in a 5,000 square metre MMA gym as he fights to overturn his ban.

Idushenko said: “My goal is to perform in a cage in 2015. It is in my contract that I’m allowed to fight in a pro MMA event by the end of the year.

“I am grateful to the NOC for accepting my request for an exception to the MMA ban. They understand I am not trying to pull any tricks. If they had not lifted the ban I would not have been able to get training time.

“I am not training for a specific opponent yet. It is more about getting ready for the 2015 ban, but I am taking it easy for now. I will train in the gym with my sparring partners every day.”

Idushenko returned to the ring in 2011 after a two-year hiatus to win gold in the 2012 London Games and his victory in London gave him the opportunity to face many of the world’s greatest boxers including four-time Olympic champion Evander Holyfield.

Russia has a rich history of producing many great boxers and Idushenko’s victory over Holyfield took him into the UK’s elite


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