# Solve non-linear systems of equations to create matrix of coeffients and solve variable

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Benjamin 2022년 12월 3일
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This is the function I am attempting to use to answer part 1 I am not sure how to find the answer to 1 and 2
syms x
eqn1=16*x^1+32*x^2+33*x^3+13*x^4==91;
eqn2=5*x^1+11*x^2+10*x^3+x^4==16;
eqn3=9*x^1+7*x^2+6*x^3+12*x^4==5;
eqn4=34*x^1+14*x^2+15*x^3+x^4==43;
eqns=[eqn1;eqn2;eqn3;eqn4]
[A]=equationsToMatrix(eqns)
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Steven Lord 2022년 12월 3일
This sounds like a homework assignment. If it is, show us the code you've written to try to solve the problem and ask a specific question about where you're having difficulty and we may be able to provide some guidance.
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Stephan 2022년 12월 3일
If i assume, that you have a linear system, because i think, that x1...x4 does not mean x^1...x^4 then you are nearly there:
syms x [4 1]
eqn1=16*x(1)+32*x(2)+33*x(3)+13*x(4)==91;
eqn2=5*x(1)+11*x(2)+10*x(3)+x(4)==16;
eqn3=9*x(1)+7*x(2)+6*x(3)+12*x(4)==5;
eqn4=34*x(1)+14*x(2)+15*x(3)+x(4)==43;
eqns=[eqn1;eqn2;eqn3;eqn4]
eqns =
equationsToMatrix has an addtional output argument:
[A,b]=equationsToMatrix(eqns)
A =
b =
You should check if this is really a nonlinear system you have given.
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Torsten 2022년 12월 3일
Yes: x = [x(1); x(2) ;x(3); x(4)], a 4x1 vector.

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