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I am trying to solve the following NON linear system:

        Sin[(2*Pi*x)/(246/100)])/(246/100)) + (25/16)*(x + 0) == 
  0, {x, y}, Reals]

Butit seems that mathemathica do not converge.

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closed as unclear what you're asking by Szabolcs, Kuba, m_goldberg, rm -rf Sep 24 '13 at 4:26

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You have a single equation with two variables, thus there are uncountably many solutions. You'll see that $x=0$ is a solution for any $y$. –  Szabolcs Sep 19 '13 at 17:26

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Try Reduce instead of Solve

eq = (5/10)*((4*Pi*Cos[(2*Pi*y)/(Sqrt[3]*(246/100))]*
        Sin[(2*Pi*x)/(246/100)])/(246/100)) + (25/16)*(x + 0) == 0

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Reduce[eq, {x, y}]

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Ok. In fact this was a test, the really model that i am studying consist of two coupled equation very similar –  user7096 Sep 19 '13 at 18:04
let me improve the question, now I want to solve the coupled non linear equations, for a list like that: Table[i, {i, 0, 10, 0.02}] and using the follwing lines -NSolve[(Subscript[V, z] (4 [Pi] Sin[(2 [Pi] x)/a] Cos[(2 [Pi] y)/(Sqrt[3] a)]))/ a + k (x + #) == 0 && Subscript[V, z] ((4 [Pi] Cos[(2 [Pi] x)/a] Sin[(2 [Pi] y)/(Sqrt[3] a)])/( Sqrt[3] a) + (4 [Pi] Sin[(4 [Pi] y)/(Sqrt[3] a)])/( Sqrt[3] a)) + k (y + #) == 0, {x, y}, Reals] /. {a -> 246/100, k -> 25/16, Subscript[V, z] -> 5/10}] –  user7096 Sep 19 '13 at 18:14
Dear @user7096 - if you want to improve your question, please edit it using the "edit" link at the bottom of the question. –  Verbeia Sep 19 '13 at 23:16
Oh thaks, I was litlle confuse how to reply. –  user7096 Sep 23 '13 at 13:24

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