>This is a very hard problem to solve.
On the contrary, it's very easy to solve.
>The term Egyptian fractions refers to those fractions whose
>numerator is 1 and whose denominator is any other whole
>How can the fraction 19/94 be expressed as the sum of two
Has this problem come out of the blue? Have you ever solved similar problems?
There's what's known as the greedy algorithm.
Subtract from a given fraction the largest Egyptian fraction that leaves a positive difference.
If the difference is an Egyptian fraction, stop. Otherwise, apply the Basic step to the difference.
For the difficult case of 19/94 it takes exactly one basic step.