Solve for unknowns x and y from equations, MATLAB Programming

Solve for unknowns 'x' and 'y' from Equations (1) and (2) using MATLAB. (However, if MATLAB is not the appropriate software to solve these two simultaneous equations, please suggest other methods, thanks!)

Equation (1)

0.5*exp(y*-29)+2.175/x*exp(y*-27)+4.47/x*exp(y*-26)+1.659/x*exp(y*-24)+1.76/x*exp(y*-21)+4.26/x*exp(y*-20)+11/x*exp(y*-19)+4.02/x*exp(y*-18)+4.44/x*exp(y*-17)+4.44/x*exp(y*-14)+10.36/x*exp(y*-13)+3.713/x*exp(y*-12)+1.33/x*exp(y*-11)+2.175/x*exp(y*-9)+2.556/x*exp(y*-6)+10.36/x*exp(y*-5)+3.375/x*exp(y*-4) = 1.3671

Equation (2)

0.5*exp(y*-58)+2.175/x*exp(y*-56)+4.47/x*exp(y*-55)+1.659/x*exp(y*-53)+1.76/x*exp(y*-50)+4.26/x*exp(y*-49)+11/x*exp(y*-48)+4.02/x*exp(y*-47)+4.44/x*exp(y*-46)+4.44/x*exp(y*-43)+10.36/x*exp(y*-42)+3.713/x*exp(y*-41)+1.33/x*exp(y*-40)+2.175/x*exp(y*-38)+2.556/x*exp(y*-35)+10.36/x*exp(y*-34)+3.375/x*exp(y*-33)+1.659/x*exp(y*-29)+4.44/x*exp(y*-28)+4.56/x*exp(y*-27)+2.175/x*exp(y*-26)+4.26/x*exp(y*-23)+1.76/x*exp(y*-20)+4.56/x*exp(y*-18)+11/x*exp(y*-16)+2.175/x*exp(y*-15)+3.2/x*exp(y*-14)+2.556/x*exp(y*-12)+3.713/x*exp(y*-9)+10.36/x*exp(y*-8)+10.36/x*exp(y*-6)+5.77/x*exp(y*-4) = 1.8642

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