I was just wondering if it is possible to find b in this equation?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

f(x,y)=result.

where y=f(a,b).

so the I guess f(x,f(a,b))=result.

I know the actual value of x,a and result and it is possible to find b in the equation.

I also know the function of f().

Please ask me if this is the question is not clear and this is not a homework question.

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# Finding the variable of the equation?

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