First, for accurate context, a mathematically solid version thanks to @JansthcirlU:
Regarding polynomial equations in 32 variables of degree d, if we have 32 of them (such equations) we can find the solution to that system of equations containing them (find the values of each of the variables that satisfy the system of equations containing them).
If possible I'd like to keep the current structure of the Japanese line (see the Japanese version). It doesn't have to be in mathematics specific language. In fact, I prefer to write it in plain language, so the roughly equivalent English version which, albeit mathematically inaccurate, reflects the way I'd like to say it in Japanese, is:
In terms of d-th degree polynomial equations with 32 variables, if we have 32 of those equations, very likely we will be able to calculate the variables.
I would like to say the above sentence. I used "solve" in the English version, and I know I could use 「解く」, but I'd like to use this structure if possible「が分かるようにできる」. I understand that 「何々が分かるようになる」 works. But how should I use「が分かるようにできる」to indicate that "we can make them clear" and to imply it is an active process on our part?