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dimischka
2006-01-27 05:41:16

Sorry I'm not articulate enough.

What I meant is if I have a set of nolinear equations, how can I prove that there is indeed a solution to that system?

Thanks.

Ricky
2006-01-27 05:35:15

Convergence of a solution?  Convergence is normally described for a function, not an equation.  I'm not sure what you mean by convergence in this context.

dimischka
2006-01-27 05:29:25

Thank you.

How about convergence to a solution, is that provable?

Ricky
2006-01-27 05:02:10

Consider the square, nonlinear, independant equations:

x + y = 0
x + y = 1

In short, the answer is no.

dimischka
2006-01-27 03:07:43

Can we prove the existence of a unique solution of a square system of nonlinear equations? Where the number of equations equal the number of constraints and all equations are indepedent.

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