Math-Libraries?

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    Math-Libraries?

    Hey!

    I`m thinking about using C++ for a mathematical simulation of a research-problem. For this it would be very helpful to have a library containing algorithms capable for solving equation-systems by hand. Does anyone know about a library which contains such functions like "solve(equations)". Or can anyone provide me a code for solving numerical equation-systems?

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    hmm, a little general...

    Look in math.h first, here is a a list of all the maths functions it provides

    http://www.cplusplus.com/ref/cmath/

    look on google or maths and equations libraries, most can be downloaded for free.

    http://www.vni.com/products/imsl/doc...thDescrip.html
    is a library of algebraic and linear alg functions
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