# So here we have our 1st problem…

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I got such an interesting problem, a friend of mine is modelling something using bayesian statistics and she got an equation system to solve, but she’s stucked and she showed to me such a long script to ty to solve it with numeric approximation, anyone has any idea about how to solve it?

As you can see we’re talking about the normal distribution function, so…. let’s see if any of you has any idea about how to solve this.

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