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Lisa
11/10/03 12:13pm

Hi all,

Just wondering if you could help me. I am tring to solve linear equations in Mathematica 4. The problem is I have 3 equations and 7 unknowns. I am only working in binary numbers (0's and 1's) or modulus 2 so there are many possibilities. How can I do this? Thanks in advance.

I've tried entering the following command:

Mod[Solve[{e0+e1+e2+e3==1, e3+e4+e5+e6==1, e2,e4,e6,e0==1}, {e0,e1,e2,e3,e4,e5,e6}], 2]


It cannot solve this problem. Any suggestions?
Lisa

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Re: Solving for N equations and M unknowns Robert 12/19/03 10:38pm
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