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    sistem of 8000 equations with 3 unknowns. How can I solve this in a correct way?

    Hi ,

    I have an basic equations that looks like this:
    ninf = no + k1*v + k2*sqrt(ΔT)
    ninf - infiltration
    v - speed
    ΔT - temperature difference

    the unknowns are

    no - initial infiltration
    k1 and k2 - coefficients.

    I have the values for ninf , v and ΔT. How can I approximate a correct value for the 3 unknowns?
    It is obvious that I will not be able to find a set of values that will fulfill all my equations but I need something that will give me the closest thing to that.


    Hope you can help me. I attached a file in case you need it.
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