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    solve for x, y ,z
    x+y=1-z
    x^3 + y^3 = 1-z^2
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    Quote Originally Posted by jashansinghal View Post
    solve for x, y ,z
    x+y=1-z
    x^3 + y^3 = 1-z^2
    Dear jashansinghal,

    There are three unknows in these two equations. Hence we cannot obtain particular values for x,y and z. You have to have three equations if you are to solve this.
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