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February 23rd, 2017, 02:11 PM   #11
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No quite sure what you are attempting to solve. A System of Equations are Linear Equations of the form y = ax + b, the exponent of the variable is always 1. Thus, all Linear Equations are first-degree Polynomials.

The equations you have provided have a variable exponent X and a variable exponent Y. By definition variable exponents are Exponential Equations.

Could you please provide a bit more information as to what you are attempting to solve, and why, as this might help to better understand the math problem.

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A System of Equations are Linear Equations of the form y = ax + b
a "system of equations" is not restricted to just those of the linear variety
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Viettk14nbk...

No quite sure what you are attempting to solve. A System of Equations are Linear Equations of the form y = ax + b, the exponent of the variable is always 1. Thus, all Linear Equations are first-degree Polynomials.

The equations you have provided have a variable exponent X and a variable exponent Y. By definition variable exponents are Exponential Equations.

Could you please provide a bit more information as to what you are attempting to solve, and why, as this might help to better understand the math problem.

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I only want to know how to solve this system of equation, step by step, to find exactly the root of it.
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I only want to know how to solve this system of equation, step by step, to find exactly the root of it.
did you bother reading any of the thread? Apparently not.

I clearly state that the problem must be numerically solved and provide the two approximate roots.
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