Non-linear systems, Algebra

In this section we will discussed about non-linear systems of equations.  A non-linear system of equations is a system wherein at least one of the variables contains an exponent other than 1 and/or there is product of variables in one of the equations.

To solve these systems we will utilizes either the substitution method or elimination method that we first looked at while we solved systems of linear equations. The main difference is that we might end up getting complex solutions as well as real solutions. Just as we illustrated in solving systems of two equations the real solutions will show the coordinates of the points where the graphs of the two functions intersect.

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