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\[y+2z-\lambda yz=0\] \[x+2z-\lambda xz=0\] \[2x+2y-\lambda xy=0\] The variables x, y and z should be equated in terms of \[\lambda\]
Why not give the initial question again and see what the person thinks also

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Let's just look at this as a different question. This is the part I'm stuck on so I've posted this up specifically, so I don't get answers which I don't require.
ok sorry , fair enuff
Not having a dig at you or anything, just that I'm stuck on this part, and can't seem to work it out! lol!

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