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 Author Comment/Response Sami 09/08/12 03:26am In Response To 'Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Collecting terms in an expr...'---------Thanks again for your help. It didn't solve the issue. I guess because when you type in "Integer", it only collects those terms having integers and not, like my case, 3/2. Even if I had, say, 6 (3*2), I guess it would come up with a 1 and not 2 (a, b or c). (Replacing the whole integer behind F^2 with 1, and not only the 3 part of it). I also put 3 instead of Integer, but nothing changed, cause I don't have exact 3 there... I have attached a screenshot of the stuff... Thanks in advance for the help. Attachment: Screen Shot 2012-09-08 at 1.12.42 AM.png, URL: ,

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