# Solve equations ... - PERL Beginners

Hi, I would like to solve a system of equations for example a system 6x6 with perl. But I really don't know how to do it. First is it possible and then if yes how? Thank you, Romain Höstrusk och grå moln - köp en resa till solen på Yahoo! Resor på adressen http://se.docs./travel/index.html...

1. ## Solve equations ...

Hi,

I would like to solve a system of equations for
example a system 6x6 with perl. But I really don't
know how to do it. First is it possible and then if
yes how?

Thank you,

Romain

Höstrusk och grå moln - köp en resa till solen på Yahoo! Resor på adressen http://se.docs./travel/index.html
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2. ## Re: Solve equations ...

In a message dated 4/9/2004 12:47:13 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
se writes:

I wrote a module for that: Math::Systems. It's slow and bad, and really, just
a front end to Cramer's law (which you might want to look into) :-) Also,
this, among other mathematical topics, is discussed in "Mastering Algorithms with
Perl"

-will
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3. ## Re: Solve equations ...

On Fri, 9 Apr 2004 18:46:38 +0200 (CEST), se
(Romain groleau) wrote:

Solving simulataneous linear equations can be
(and is best done) with matrices. The coefficients
of the variables become the matrix elements.

So look at the various Matrix modules on cpan and
try to get one that uses c and xs for speed.

The PDL module, is well respected, and can do matrices.

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