E elamat May 2010 1 0 May 21, 2010 #1 Hello my friends I need your help I want to know how I could solve a nonlinear equations using newton's raphson method in matlab like this equations for example x>2 + y=37 x-y>2 =5 x+y+z=3 thanks for you help

Hello my friends I need your help I want to know how I could solve a nonlinear equations using newton's raphson method in matlab like this equations for example x>2 + y=37 x-y>2 =5 x+y+z=3 thanks for you help

T TKHunny Aug 2007 3,171 860 USA May 21, 2010 #2 Those are linear. Do you mean "inequalities". Anyway, solve the Equality and decide which side of the intersection counts. Of course, you must also decide if the intersection itself counts.

Those are linear. Do you mean "inequalities". Anyway, solve the Equality and decide which side of the intersection counts. Of course, you must also decide if the intersection itself counts.

C CaptainBlack MHF Hall of Fame Nov 2005 14,972 5,271 someplace May 21, 2010 #3 elamat said: Hello my friends I need your help I want to know how I could solve a nonlinear equations using newton's raphson method in matlab like this equations for example x>2 + y=37 x-y>2 =5 x+y+z=3 thanks for you help Click to expand... Lets assume you mean: \(\displaystyle x^2+y=37\) \(\displaystyle x-y^2=5\) \(\displaystyle x+y+z=3\) This is a system of equations. In plain ASCII we use "^" to denote a power. CB

elamat said: Hello my friends I need your help I want to know how I could solve a nonlinear equations using newton's raphson method in matlab like this equations for example x>2 + y=37 x-y>2 =5 x+y+z=3 thanks for you help Click to expand... Lets assume you mean: \(\displaystyle x^2+y=37\) \(\displaystyle x-y^2=5\) \(\displaystyle x+y+z=3\) This is a system of equations. In plain ASCII we use "^" to denote a power. CB