Solve simultaneous linear equations in two variables

Category: Python - Miscellaneous

A function to solve simultaneous equations in two variables.

>>> solve('3*x + 5*y = 29; 12*x - 3*y = 24')
(3.0, 4.0) Date: 06 February, 2012


Math - Shortcuts - Solver

Homepage: http://code.activestate.com/recipes/578024-solve-simultaneous-linear-equations-in-two-variabl/?in=lang-python

Developer: Anand B Pillai

License: Freeware

Operating System: Windows

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