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how do you solve an equation when you don't know the amount of the 2 variable given

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how do you solve an equation when you don't know the amount of the 2 variable given

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Find Pythagorean triplet for which a + b + c = 1000 - Stack Overflow

then b, a (b >= a) and c - also the **solution**, so **we can** search only one case; c =
1000 - a - b; It's one of the conditions of the problem (**we don't** need **to** scan all
possible ... If n is odd return "no **solution**" else L = List of divisors of n/**2** for x in L
for s in L ... For n = 1000, the program has **to check** six values for x and
depending on ...

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How **do I solve** an **equation** with 3 **variables**?

Take (1) and (**2**) eliminate any one **variable** [x or y or z] 4. ... values of the
**variables you** got in (1) or(**2**) or(3); **You will** get the **value** of the third **variable**; In
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**I** assume one of the **variables you** had **to** originally **solve** for which is why ... and
112m, however **I** only have **2** sig figs, so all the answer **are** actually 110m. When **I**
use a=-4.545 (**I don't** simplify on the calc) **I** get the consistent answers up ... the
acceleration **value** from another formula, **you will** get a different **value** than stated.

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**homework** - Second order differential **equation to** two **equations** of ...

substitution isn't enough and **I** need **to make** more **equations** but **i don't know** ...
when **you** want **to solve** for two **variables**,x and v, **you** need two **equations**. Add x'[
t] == v[t] . Second, with NDSolve, all parameters, w,a,eps, have **to** be **given**
numerical ... ndsol[w_, a_, eps_] := NDSolve[{x''[t] - eps (a^**2** - x[t]^**2**) x'[t] + w^**2***x[t]
== 0 /.

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How **do you solve** x + 3 = 7?

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EE263 **homework** 4 solutions

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Are you talking about Question #3 on HW #10?

The two points are (1, 11) and (3, 7)

Why (1, 11)? Because it says Figure 1 and there are 11 squares in the picture. Yes, this is up to interpretation, but comes with knowing what we need to find.

We are trying to find the equation of the straight line, therefore we need two points on the line. The point from the second diagram is obvious where x = 3, and y = 7.

Now, you need the second point from Figure 1 (x) and number of squares in the figure (y).

With two points, you can determine the equation of the line.