There is no value of $x$ that can simultaneously satisfy both the given equations.Therefore, find the 'least squares error' solution to the two equations, i.e., find the value of $x$ that minimizes the sum of squares of the errors in the two equations. $\begin{array}{l}

2 x=3 \\

4 x=1

\end{array}$

There is no value of $x$ that can simultaneously satisfy both the given equations.Therefore, find the 'least squares error' solution to the two equations, i.e., find the value of $x$ that minimizes the sum of squares of the errors in the two equations. $\begin{array}{l}

2 x=3 \\

4 x=1

\end{array}$

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