RedPrince
  • RedPrince
how to solve these equations: 3x^2 -2y =0 -2x -3y^2 =0 and what type of these equations are; quadratic with two variables but what type of two variables!!!
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  • jamiebookeater
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SBurchette
  • SBurchette
You first solve for x or y in one equation and then substitute it into the other equation. I would say it is easiest to solve for either y in the first equation or x in the second equation.
anonymous
  • anonymous
substitue... solve for y in the first equation then put that expression into the second equation.... these equations are parabolas.... at most, they will have 4 solutions (intersections)
RedPrince
  • RedPrince
is there any other way to solve these equations!!! I solve these equations to find out local maximum, minima and siddle point!!!

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anonymous
  • anonymous
so you're not looking for solution(s) to this system? you just want the max/min of these parabolas?
RedPrince
  • RedPrince
@dplanc yes you are right!

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