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**Is it theoretically possible to find "g(x)" from this equation?**

So through my workings on this question I came up with this equation:

(x^2)yz - (y^2)(x^2) - x + g(x) = g(y,z)

* where g(x) is some function of x and g(y,z) is some function of y and z

I'd like to derive g(x) from this although I get the feeling that it simply can't be done. Can say a function of (x,y,z) + a function of (x) ever give you a function of (y,z)? Why can't you do this?