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SOLUTION: TO SOLVE FOR THE TRHEE UNKNOWNS X,Y,Z FROM Z=4*(X+Y) Z=2*X*Y
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Question 388226
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TO SOLVE FOR THE TRHEE UNKNOWNS X,Y,Z FROM
Z=4*(X+Y)
Z=2*X*Y
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Can't be done.
To solve for three equations, you need three independent equations.
With only two, you can get a variable in terms of the other variables.
As in this case,
So now you have an equation for x and for z in terms of y.
But that's the best you can do.