indeterminate equations


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indeterminate equations

[‚in·də′tərm·ə·nət i′kwā·zhənz]
(mathematics)
A set of equations possessing an infinite number of solutions.
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Like Diophantus and the Hindus, the Arabs also worked with indeterminate equations.