Re: Can Mathematica solve these problems?
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- Subject: [mg19544] Re: Can Mathematica solve these problems?
- From: "David Bailey" <dave-bailey at freeuk.com>
- Date: Tue, 31 Aug 1999 00:52:30 -0400
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CHAN Wone Fu wrote in message <7q9gu4$o59 at smc.vnet.net>...
> I have two problems:
>(1) one nonlinear equations with two unknowns; and
>(2) a set of simultaneous nonlinear equations
> to solve.
> May I know if Mathematica could solve the problems?
Almost certainly. Mathematica uses Groebner Bases to solve simultaneous
nonlinear equations symbolically. Of course, if the result boils down to
solving a quintic (or higher) equation you will have to accept a numeric
answer. Try posting the specific equations you had in mind.
db at salford-software.com
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