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ISBN-10: 1894511425

ISBN-13: 9781894511421

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The fsolve command finds the roots of the equation(s) by using a variation of Newton’s method, producing approximate (floating-point) solutions. 7390851332} For a general equation, fsolve searches for a single real root. For a polynomial, however, it searches for all real roots. 333333333} To search for more than one root of a general equation, use the avoid option. 141592654} To find a specified number of roots in a polynomial, use the maxsols option. 324717957} By using the complex option, Maple searches for complex roots in addition to real roots.

The fsolve command finds the roots of the equation(s) by using a variation of Newton’s method, producing approximate (floating-point) solutions. 7390851332} For a general equation, fsolve searches for a single real root. For a polynomial, however, it searches for all real roots. 333333333} To search for more than one root of a general equation, use the avoid option. 141592654} To find a specified number of roots in a polynomial, use the maxsols option. 324717957} By using the complex option, Maple searches for complex roots in addition to real roots.

The following example demonstrates this procedure. As a set of equations, the solution is in an ideal form for the subs command. You might first give the set of equations a name, like eqns, for instance. > eqns := {x+2*y=3, y+1/x=1}; eqns := {x + 2 y = 3, y + 1 = 1} x Then solve. > soln := solve( eqns, {x,y} ); 1 soln := {x = −1, y = 2}, {x = 2, y = } 2 This produces two solutions: > soln[1]; {x = −1, y = 2} and > soln[2]; 1 {x = 2, y = } 2 Verifying Solutions To check the solutions, substitute them into the original set of equations by using the two-parameter eval command.

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