NSolutions Command
 NSolutions( <Equation> )

Attempts (numerically) to find a solution for the equation for the main variable. For nonpolynomials you should always specify a starting value (see below)
NSolutions(x^6  2x + 1 = 0)
yields {0.51, 1} or {0.508660391642, 1} (the number of decimals depends on the
choosen in global rounding)
CAS Syntax
The following syntaxes are only available in the CAS View.
 NSolutions( <Equation>, <Variable> )

Attempts (numerically) to find a solution of the equation for the given unknown variable. For nonpolynomials you should always specify a starting value (see below)
NSolutions(a^4 + 34a^3 = 34, a)
yields {a = 34.00086498588374, a = 0.9904738885574178}.
 NSolutions( <Equation>, <Variable = starting value> )

Finds numerically the list of solutions to the given equation for the given unknown variable with its starting value.

NSolutions(cos(x) = x, x = 0)
yields {0.74} 
NSolutions(a^4 + 34a^3 = 34, a = 3)
yields the list {0.99}.
 NSolutions( <List of Equations>, <List of Variables> )

Attempts (numerically) to find a solution of the set of equations for the given set of unknown variables.
NSolutions({pi / x = cos(x  2y), 2 y  pi = sin(x)}, {x = 3, y = 1.5})
yields the list {3.14, 1.57}
