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# how to derive like this?

p= (qr)-ab67(9/9) (97))))

I want like..

s= 97

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‎05-18-2017 02:55 PM
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## Re: how to derive like this?

Is that supposed to be a formula?

Is there any reason that (9/9) does not resolve to 1? And if it does then are you multiplying by 1? Why bother if it is a constant?

Why do you have (qr) instead of just qr?

Why do you have 3 unmatched )?

What is the relation between p and s? You don't mention it anywhere.

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## Re: how to derive like this?

Sorry, that post is totally meaningless.  What is it you want, post test data in the form of a datastep and what the output should look like.  Also post what you have tried, logs etc. if relevant.  Just posting some formula and then saying you want something not related to the fomula to be set value will just get your answers like:

```data want;
s=97;
run;```
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No worries.

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## Re: how to derive like this?

Glad I'm not the only one who has no clue what the OP wants.

To @mssh2712: this is POSITIVELY not the way to phrase a proper question. Really not. Never.

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‎05-18-2017 02:55 PM
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Posts: 13,941

## Re: how to derive like this?

Is that supposed to be a formula?

Is there any reason that (9/9) does not resolve to 1? And if it does then are you multiplying by 1? Why bother if it is a constant?

Why do you have (qr) instead of just qr?

Why do you have 3 unmatched )?

What is the relation between p and s? You don't mention it anywhere.

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