Problem Statement:
Given two algebraic expressions, your goal is to find if the expressions are equivalent.
Note:
Expressions will only contain operations such as '+', '-', '*', '/', '^' along with variables (only 'x' and 'y') and numbers
Constants in the expressions should always be evaluated (Eg. "4x + 3 - 2" has to be converted into "4x + 1").
Please use C++
Each test case carries 1 point. Apart from these there are 20 other hidden test cases of similar nature. We will also look into your
Submission Format:
Input Format: expression1 expression2 (separated by single space)
Input File Type: .txt
Output Format: For any given input file, print either 'True' or 'False' in the corresponding line in a new text file.
Example test cases:
TestCase 1:
Input:
4x+1 1+4x
output:
True
TestCase 2:
Input:
(5x+4)/(3+2y) (4+5x)/(2y+3)
Output:
True
TestCase 3:
Input:
(5x+3-9)/(3+2x) (-6+5x)/(2x+3)
Output:
True
TestCase 4:
Input:
(5x+3-9)/(3+2y) (4-10+5x)/(2y+3)
Output:
True
TestCase 5:
Input:
(5x+4)*3x 15x^2+12x
Output:
True
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