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A Questions Involving Solve

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  • Subject: [mg3878] A Questions Involving Solve
  • From: milewis at bu.edu (Michael R. Lewis)
  • Date: Sat, 4 May 1996 02:16:22 -0400
  • Organization: Boston University
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

I have a quick question for anyone. I need to solve some equations here is an 
example of what I need to solve:

A=Solve[11x-x^2-3y==0,x]
B=Solve[-5y+4xy==0,x]

This give me {{x->whatever},{x->whatever}} for each equation. I then need to 
set the equations equal to each other and find the ordered pair (x,y) that 
satifies A=B. In other words I need to set the solutions of the above 
equations (11x-x^2-3y==0 and -5y+4xy==0) and get the ordered pair that 
satifies this new equation. I'm having trouble doing this. If anyone can help 
it would be greatly appreciated.

Please respond to the newsgroup or better yet to me personally 
(milewis at bu.edu).

Thanks in advance,

Mike Lewis

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