I wonder if all coupling set of equations are not solvable analytically? I have a equation set as follows(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

y1 = a1*y1 + c1*y2;

y2 = a2*y2+ b2*y1 + c2*y3;

y3 = a3*y3+ b3*y2 + c3*y4;

y4 = a4*y4+ b4*y3 + c4*y5;

y5 = a5*y5+ b5*y4;

a's, b's and c's are constant. So is there any way to solve these equations?

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# How to solve this set of equations?

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