Hi All,
I am new to Mathematica and I apologize if this is a very basic question.
I am attempting to use the solve function to derive multiple solutions for a variable, however it seems as though I can only have the same number of equations as I do unknowns, which then leads to only one solution per unknown.
E.g.: Solve[{m == ab, n == ac, o == b*c}, {a, b, c}]
What I am trying to solve for is this: Solve[{m == ab, n == ac, o == ad, p == bc, q == bd, r == cd}, {a, b, c, d}]
This indicates that each unknown (a,b,c,d) will have more than one unique solution. However, this statement leads to an empty solution.
I can try to break up the over-identified (determined?) statement and eventually produce all unique solutions, however this could get complicated and tiresome with a larger model. I was wondering, is there a way to get Mathematica to produce all unique solutions in a situation like this?