Given and solve for the unknowns.
The answer for all of them is all 1. I can get it by substituting 1 into them (with some guessing), but is there any working for getting the answer without guessing? Some help here please?
Given and solve for the unknowns.
The answer for all of them is all 1. I can get it by substituting 1 into them (with some guessing), but is there any working for getting the answer without guessing? Some help here please?
x= y= z= 1 is one solution. There are an infinite number of solutions as Prove it said.
If x+ y= 2, y= 2-x so . so . That z only exists when .
In that range, the roots are x, y= 2- x and z= for every value of x. It is true that x= 1 is in that range and then y= 2-1= 1 and z= so that (1, 1, 1) is one solution. x= 1, y= 1, z= or (1, 1, -1) is also a solution. Those may be the only integer solutions.
Sorry, I don't really understand what do you mean by
"In that range, the roots are x, y= 2- x and z= for every value of x."
By roots, which roots are you talking about? Please explain about the above in details and on how do you come to the conclusion that the roots are x, y= 2- x and z = . A little lost here