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solving nonlinear equations in terms of constants!


HI, 

i find trouble in solving the following equations in terms of constants.

                          A+B+C=1

                             D+E= 1

                         xD3-yE3=0

                      BE3-zCA2D2=0

                          CE-rAD=0

Here x,y,z and r are constants .

i need to find A and B interms of the constants. these constants are varying constants. so if i get A and B interms of x , y , z  and r , it w'd be helpful for me to solve a programm. 

is there anyway that i can get A and B in terms of the constants itself?

kindly help me in this !

sarath



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