apply simplification rules
e, h := simple(A)
expression, array of expressions
For an expression A, the function simple(A) will apply simplification rules to A, and return the resulting expression.
For an array A, the function simple(A) will return an array R with the same dimensions as A. For each element e of A, the corresponding element in R will have the value simple(e).
If the call is assigned to two variables, e and h, then e is assigned the simplified expression or array of expressions, and h is assigned a string representing the simplification method used. Currently, simplify is the only simplification method used.
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