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Equation games (Posted on 2002-07-03) Difficulty: 2 of 5
Can you design an equation with two unknowns and still find the value of one?

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On second thought... | Comment 4 of 24 |
(In reply to Am I missing something? by TomM)

In my example, you have to specify that both x and y are real, otherwise, x can be anything and y = ix

in friedlinguini's and levik's examples, the value of y was totally irrelevant; it could be real, immaginary, or complex.
| a + bi | = √(aČ + bČ)
  Posted by TomM on 2002-07-03 13:23:27

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