solve 3 simultaneous equations
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solve 3 simultaneous equations

Hi there!

I'm having trouble on where to begin this task. Are there sites where I
can get
information on how I can program to solve this task?

Many thanks,

Bharesh Mandalia

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Sun, 04 Nov 2001 03:00:00 GMT
solve 3 simultaneous equations
And just what is this task?

Jon Helms

Quote:

> Hi there!

> I'm having trouble on where to begin this task. Are there sites where I
> can get
> information on how I can program to solve this task?

> Many thanks,

> Bharesh Mandalia

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> ---Share what you know. Learn what you don't.---

Sun, 04 Nov 2001 03:00:00 GMT
solve 3 simultaneous equations

Quote:

> Hi there!

> I'm having trouble on where to begin this task. Are there sites where I
> can get
> information on how I can program to solve this task?

Bruce

Sun, 04 Nov 2001 03:00:00 GMT
solve 3 simultaneous equations

Quote:

> Hi there!

> I'm having trouble on where to begin this task. Are there sites where I
> can get
> information on how I can program to solve this task?

> Many thanks,

> Bharesh Mandalia

You might try doing a web search on Gaussian Elimination or Cholesky
Decomposition, if the equations are linear.

-- Bill Clay

Sun, 04 Nov 2001 03:00:00 GMT
solve 3 simultaneous equations
Do you have more observations than independent variables?
If so, this is a least squares problem, and can be solved with the sweep
algorithm.

you have to use gaussian elimination.
-Scott

Quote:

>Hi there!

>I'm having trouble on where to begin this task. Are there sites where I
>can get
>information on how I can program to solve this task?

>Many thanks,

>Bharesh Mandalia

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Sun, 04 Nov 2001 03:00:00 GMT
solve 3 simultaneous equations
In reply to Scott Nivens scribbling down the following on the subject
of Re: solve 3 simultaneous equations

Quote:
>Do you have more observations than independent variables?
>If so, this is a least squares problem, and can be solved with the sweep
>algorithm.

>you have to use gaussian elimination.
>-Scott

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exculpatory biorhythmic constructs associated with Professor Wempy
Snurgle's theorem of algorithmic chemistry as applied to the
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the University of Running About A Bit In Lancaster.

Taken as read, and considered virtually negligible by most of her
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for most of today's young scholars.

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have to put my cap on the lower peg after morning break to ensure that
I am not mistakenly carted off to my mother's to witness the
embarrassment of her affair with the Games {*filter*}, unless of course
you are reading this on the third  Wednesday of the month, whence the
French Master deputises for her due to her 'confinement'.

c

Thu, 08 Nov 2001 03:00:00 GMT

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