how do i solve:

a - b = 0.2c

a = 2d

a + 0.5b = 2e

i need to find values for c, d and e as an end point

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- April 13th 2011, 09:47 AMtickmansolving these similtaneous eqns with unknown constants
how do i solve:

a - b = 0.2c

a = 2d

a + 0.5b = 2e

i need to find values for c, d and e as an end point - April 13th 2011, 09:55 AMtopsquark
- April 15th 2011, 04:32 PMtickman
need c, d, and e in integer form ie as numbers. so guess have to solve for a & b first?

- April 15th 2011, 05:36 PMMrSirNot Possible
In order to have each variable equated to an integer, you must have as many equations as unknowns.

Right now, you have**three**equations involving**five**unknowns so you will have to have the result as an equation involving some variables.