Add (C x D) + E to both sides of the equation to keep both sides balanced:
A+B = (C x D) + E
Subtract A from both sides of the equation to keep both sides balanced:
B = (C x D) + E - A
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1) How can you determine the and if it isn't part of X not being zero since you cannot measure X directly?
2) Is there a chance that there is some small minimum pressure threshold that must be exceeded to have a flow? That is, if the pressure on one side of the filter is very small (but greater than zero), then that pressure is not enough to get through the resistance of the filter.
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