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Regarding solving nonlinear equations systems, there is a main problem that is the number and complexity of the linear algebra operations, and the functional evaluations of the applied algorithm. In this paper, an alternative solution will be proposed by means of constructing a converse of the Banach Theorem fixed-point, only to ℝ2 and ℝ3, in the following sense, this being: each root of a non-linear equations system has been considered as a fixed-point. Besides, the compact set and thedoi:10.1515/phys-2018-0079 fatcat:ribsdbawunaizfvtjrylvo2h64