Question: Plotting simultaneous equation solutions, against a constant parameter

February 12 2014 lorny 10
Maple 17
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Hello, 

So I have two simultaneous equations, 

T= n1/(1+|T-S|) and S=n2/(n3+|T-S|) 

Where n1, n2 and n3 are constant parameters (from here on I fix n1=1 and n3=0.3). So I want to plot T, S against n2 for different values of n2. 

If I also fix n2 (say, n2=1.5) I  can get values for T and S no problem. 

But I've no idea (after many hours of searching) how to progresss. I know I need the program to put various values of n2 into the two equations and then plot the solutions numerically but I'm unsure what to try next.

Could anyone please shed some light on this?!

Thanks!

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