system of three equations − s x + s y = 0 r x −...

Gaaljh

Gaaljh

Answered

2022-06-27

system of three equations
s x + s y = 0
r x y x z = 0
x y b z = 0
where s , r , and b are given parameters and x , y , z are my three variables. Trouble is the " x z" and the " x y" terms since they are coupled between two different variables. Ignoring those two terms, my matrix equation would read:
[ s s 0 r 1 ? 0 ? b ] [ x y z ] = [ 0 0 0 ]
Where "?" represents the coupled terms

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jarakapak7

jarakapak7

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2022-06-28Added 14 answers

(1) s x + s y = 0
(2) r x y x z = 0
(3) x y b z = 0
You can try something like this:
(1) x = y
(3) z = x 2 b
(2) x z = r x x
And continue in the similar manner.

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