[R] How can R be used to solve algebra equations?
Søren Højsgaard
Soren.Hojsgaard at agrsci.dk
Thu Nov 29 23:06:17 CET 2007
The Ryacas package might be able to do it...
Søren
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Emne: [R] How can R be used to solve algebra equations?
suppose I have this equation:
(x^2+y^2+3z^3)/(5*z^2*x^3)=0
and I want to find x in relation to the other variables which actually is:
x=sqrt(-3*z^3-y^2) or x=-sqrt(-3*z^3-y^2)
Can R give me this expression solution? I know there is uniroot, but here I
want the "expression" not the value, because I do not have values for y and
z.
Thanks
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