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I have maybe quite a naive question:

Does there exist a result that a generic system of non-linear equations have a unique solution??? (defined from R^n to R)

Similarily as it exists a result that a generic square matrix could be inverted?

Waiting impatiently for news! Thanks!

Le Cactus

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# Genericity of Uniquness of a Solution to a System with Non-Linear Equations

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