Hi I need help on solving a 3parameter simultaneous equation
I need to solve for x, y and z.
Can anybody explain how I would go about this?
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If the 3 equations are linearly independent (and it seems to be the case) then (x=0,y=0,z=0) is the only solution
I forgot to say that x, y and z cannot equal 0.
Originally Posted by markrvr I forgot to say that x, y and z cannot equal 0. The determinant is NOT 0 (it is -0.0355382, approximately) so, as running-gag said, there is NO other solution.
Ok so say I have a singular matrix and I want to solve for x, y and z. How would I do this?
Originally Posted by markrvr Ok so say I have a singular matrix and I want to solve for x, y and z. How would I do this? There will either be no solution or an infinite number of solutions. It will depend on what the equations are.
Would yo do it by reducing the variables i.e. eqn1 -2eqn2 and reducing it to two variables?
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