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Linear and non-linear systems

  1. Aug 12, 2003 #1
    I don't have a problem with drawing up matrices for system solutions, but I'm often puzzled by the answers.

    I therfore have avoided matrix analysis, even though it obviously, in a given case, would make a very nice short-cut.
    (Especially with computers: Other modalities can be technically more difficult to set up, even with, say, Mathematica).

    I'm primarily in "Physics," but math is ,of course, integral. My math has always been crippled via the above.

    Any "solutions" suggested?

    Thanks, Rudy
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  3. Aug 12, 2003 #2
    can you please give an example? Maybe I can then tell what puzzles you.
  4. Aug 12, 2003 #3

    Many, many thanks.

    I'll try to set one up, but I'm not sure I can transmit the equations to this particular modality (miserable failure of copy prior occasions)

    Please give me a little time.

    I very much appreciate your answer. Rudy
  5. Aug 13, 2003 #4
    OK. Take your time...
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