The following system of equation has several distinct complex solutions (x1,y1),...,(xn,yn).x^3+y^2+y=1and x^2+y^3=2Find the absolute value of the product of all the possible x values, i.e. |x1⋅x2⋅...⋅xn|.
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Originally Posted by geniusgarvil The following system of equation has several distinct complex solutions (x1,y1),...,(xn,yn).x^3+y^2+y=1and x^2+y^3=2Find the absolute value of the product of all the possible x values, i.e. |x1⋅x2⋅...⋅xn|. This is not a homework service. You can pay for that. We are free. But only if you post some of your own effort.
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