>>So does this mean there's only one solution?
I don't know.
EDIT: Deleted incorrect information generated by bug in program.
When set to resolve to three decimal places the program now returns:
-->New closest match: (3.00, 1.00)
Obviously this accuracy is still not zero and assumably if we go far enough we will find a more correct solution. Going beyond 0.001 granuality with brute force will take some time. Anyone got a super computer?
The program does not take in 4 of the six lines so it is entirely possible that we are missing something.
>I guess brute force can solve anything.
Only when programming, only some of the time, and its tacky.
>Hopefully we can find an algebraic solution.
Can the original poster please at least confirm or deny if there is a nice solution to this enigma?