Hi there, I need help with the following situation. Apologies if I'm not using the correct arithmetic terms!

Variables: d,e,f

e + f = g

d / g = j

j x e = K

j x f = L

K + L = M

d = M

the above situation is a simplified problem, which is easily solvable. Here's where I run into trouble: (bottom row is the sum)

d e f g= e+f j=d/g K=j x e L=j x e M = K+ L 1500 0 1500 1500 1.000 0 1500 1500 2673 1250 1150 2400 1.113750 1392 1281 2673 2729 2366 0 2366 1.153423 2729 0 2729 6902 3616 2650 6266 4121 2781 6902

But 6902/6266 = 1.101500 and j x e for the totals is 3,983 and j x f is 2,919

Is there a formula where I can take the sum of e and f and multiply by j or some other factor and get the correct 4,121 and 2781? without knowing the individual numbers that make up the total of e and f? Multiplying 3616 and 2650 by 1.101500 gives me the wrong values for K and L, even though the sum of the two numbers is 6,902.

Thanks!