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do anyone know how to simplify the maximum as possible an expression in Mathematica?

for example:

I have the following inputs:

F[x_, y_] = Sin[Pi*x]*Sin[Pi*y]

FullSimplify[(TIME - F[0.125, 0.125])/

0.25 - (1/(

2 Pi^2))[(0 - 2*F[0.125, 0.125] + u2)/(0.125)^2 + (

u8 - 2*F[0.125, 0.125] + 0)/(0.125)^2] == 0] // N

then Mathematica returns the following output:

1. TIME == 0.146447+ 0.25 0.0506606[-37.4903 + 64. u2 + 64. u8]

the problem is that I needed Mathematica to multiply this "0.0506606" to the other terms. Actually I tried to use the Distributive[] function, but had no success.

Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance.

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