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## @acer Thank you very much! I did not rea...

@acer Thank you very much! I did not realize that Explore has a 'size' parameter itself, this does what I want.

Interestingly, I did try changing the dimension of the Plot Component as you suggested(I am using 2019.2) and I still have the same problem as before, the plot goes 'white' when I change the dimensions.  The box outline of the plot does seem to change size to the selected size, but it just doesn't show the plot anymore.  I have to re-run the command to get the plot to come up again, and it does so with the original dimensions.  Since this works in your system, I wonder if it is some sort of graphics bug specific to my computer configuration. The plot not being shown doesn't seem like normal behavior...

Thanks again!

## @Carl Love  Apologies, i'm new...

Apologies, i'm new to this site and still learning how to post maple math.  I couldn't get the insert 'Maple Math' to work, it doesn't like the 'E4:=' assignment in my original code for some reason.  I pasted a notebook below that has the equation I was working with and both methods. I beleive the confusion is that I failed to mention I was working with double summations which is why I have one more op command.  However your method works in the more general case and is a better solution, thanks!

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## @Mac Dude  Thank you for the repli...

Thank you for the replies.  I experimented with op() after reading the replies and ended up with yet another way to remove summations from both sides:

combine(expr)   (1)

op(1,op(1,lhs((1))))=op(1,op(1,rhs((1))))

The combine() operation groups all the summations on each side under a single sum, and the second line gets rid of the summations and returns an equation with just the summands.

I should note, this solution assumes the user has checked that the summations are identical, otherwise the result is not valid.

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