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16^{x^{2} + y} + 16^{y^{2} + x} = 1

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4{x^{2} + y}=-1 and 4{y^{2} + x} =-1 .. to get the sum equals to 1 . i.e. 1/2 + 1/2 solve the two equations by sketching graphs in the Cartesian plane as both represents a parabola.. find the intersection point which comes out as x and y both as -0.5 :)

Ramesh Goenka - 4 years, 7 months ago

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