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Tried with Taylor expansion the sqrt terms

  1. Apr 23, 2010 #1
    Hi,

    The equation
    sqrt[a1(x,y,gamma).t^2+b1(x,y,gamma).t+c1(x,y,gamma)]=sqrt[a3(x,y,gamma).t^2+b3(x,y,gamma).t+c3(x,y,gamma)]
    can be sloved in the following way
    a1(x,y,gamma)=a3(x,y,gamma)
    b1(x,y,gamma)=b3(x,y,gamma)
    c1(x,y,gamma)=c3(x,y,gamma)
    to find (x,y,gamma).

    It will be highly appreciated if someone can give me some suggestions to solve the following equation
    sqrt[a1(x,y,gamma).t^2+b1(x,y,gamma).t+c1(x,y,gamma)]+sqrt[a2(x,y,gamma).t^2+b2(x,y,gamma).t+c2(x,y,gamma)]=sqrt[a3(x,y,gamma).t^2+b3(x,y,gamma).t+c3(x,y,gamma)]+sqrt[a4(x,y,gamma).t^2+b4(x,y,gamma).t+c4(x,y,gamma)]

    I tried with Taylor expansion the sqrt terms but I was not successful.
    Thanks,

    Viet Vu.
     
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