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Hello /sci/, total math incompetent here. This has nothing to do with homework.

If I had a certain fixed value that I wanted to split into three parts (or any set of shares, but right now I'm thinking three), and I wanted to see how the ratio of those three parts to each other changed as I assign different values to each one, what kind of equation would I be looking for? I feel like, as an ignorant, this is some kind of linear optimization problem.
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Just to add, I'm basically looking for something that would be akin to saying "what is X divided A/B/C, if A/B/C are values that can change". I want to know what A/B/C could be within the constraint of a fixed X.



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