       Re: Solving Equations with 3 variables and many parameters

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• From: Narasimham <mathma18 at gmail.com>
• Date: Tue, 4 Mar 2014 01:48:42 -0500 (EST)
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```a[i_] = i ; b[j_] = 2 j - 3;

NSolve[{P1 == (a + Con*b + b*P2)/(2*b),
P2 == (a + Con*b + b*P1)/(2*b)}, {P1, P2}]
NSolve[{P1 == (a + Con*b + b*P2 + b*P3)/(2*b),
P2 == (a + Con*b + b*P1 + b*P3)/(2*b),
P3 == (a + Con*b + b*P1 + b*P2)/(2*b)}, {P1, P2,
P3}]

Define your a and b. C is protected.

Use either Solve or NSolve.

{{P1 -> 0.0539835\[VeryThinSpace]+ 1.05311 Con,
P2 -> 0.0500653\[VeryThinSpace]+ 1.00087 Con}}

{{P1 -> -0.818902 - 16.5375 Con, P2 -> -0.742073 - 14.9625 Con, P3 -> -0.718902 - 14.4875 Con}}

Narasimham

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