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Section 8.6 Systems of Nonlinear Equations

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OBJECTIVE 1
1. If the system contains two variables and if the equations in the system are easy to graph, then graph them. By graphing each equation in the system, you can get an idea of how many solutions a system has and approximately where they are located. 2. Extraneous solutions can creep in when solving nonlinear systems, so it is imperative that all apparent solutions be checked.

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2 2 Solve the following system of equations:

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Unformatted text preview: 3 10 50 y x x y = + + = OBJECTIVE 2 2 2 2 2 Solve the following system of equations: 4 2 x y x x y + = -+ = 2 2 2 Solve the following system of equations: 49 6 49 x y y x + = -= 2 2 Solve the following system of equations: 4 4 20 xy x y = + = 2 2 Solve the following system of equations: 4 2 4 4 y x x x y = - -+- =...
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