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[tex] A = \frac{1}{2} xy [/tex] [tex] B = \frac{1}{2} zx [/tex] [tex] C = \frac{1}{2} yz [/tex]

And I want to solve for (x,y,z). How make this?

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In summary, to solve a system of nonlinear equations, you can use methods such as substitution, elimination, or graphing. The main difference between linear and nonlinear equations is the degree of the variable, which affects the shape of the graph. It is possible to solve a system of nonlinear equations algebraically, but the solutions may involve complex numbers or radicals. A system of nonlinear equations can have 0, 1, or infinite solutions, depending on the nature of the equations. Additionally, you can also solve a system of nonlinear equations graphically by finding the point(s) of intersection on a coordinate plane. However, this method may not always be as accurate as solving algebraically.

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Bruno Tolentino

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[tex] A = \frac{1}{2} xy [/tex] [tex] B = \frac{1}{2} zx [/tex] [tex] C = \frac{1}{2} yz [/tex]

And I want to solve for (x,y,z). How make this?

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To solve a system of nonlinear equations, you can use various methods such as substitution, elimination, or graphing. First, you need to rearrange the equations in a way that one variable is isolated on one side. Then, you can plug in the value of that variable into the other equations to solve for the other variables. Repeat this process until you have solved for all the variables.

A linear equation is an equation with a degree of 1, meaning that the highest exponent of the variable is 1. Nonlinear equations, on the other hand, have a degree higher than 1, which means the highest exponent of the variable is greater than 1. This leads to a curved graph instead of a straight line when plotted.

Yes, it is possible to solve a system of nonlinear equations algebraically. As mentioned before, you can use methods such as substitution or elimination to solve for the variables. However, the solutions may be complex numbers or involve radicals, making the process more complicated than solving linear equations.

A system of nonlinear equations can have 0, 1, or infinite solutions. This depends on the nature of the equations and the number of variables involved. For example, if the equations are parallel and never intersect, there will be no solutions. If the equations intersect at one point, there will be one solution. And if the equations intersect at multiple points, there will be infinite solutions.

Yes, you can solve a system of nonlinear equations graphically. This involves graphing each equation on the same coordinate plane and finding the point(s) of intersection. These points will be the solutions to the system of equations. However, this method may not be as accurate as solving algebraically, especially when the solutions are not whole numbers.

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