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Re: it isn't strange?!

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  • Subject: [mg116137] Re: it isn't strange?!
  • From: olfa mraihi <olfa.mraihi at yahoo.fr>
  • Date: Thu, 3 Feb 2011 05:29:48 -0500 (EST)

yes your are right Mr Kevin my examples are false.
Sorry to all users. I should be more carefull in my future questions.
 
and pb=problem.


--- En date de : Mer 2.2.11, Kevin J. McCann <Kevin.McCann at umbc.edu> a =E9crit :


De: Kevin J. McCann <Kevin.McCann at umbc.edu>
Objet: Re: it isn't strange?!
=C0: "olfa" <olfa.mraihi at yahoo.fr>
Date: Mercredi 2 f=E9vrier 2011, 15h17


I assume "pb" means problem?

In any even all of the logic below is false for each of the examples you
have; however, I am not sure what your question is exactly.


Kevin

On 2/2/2011 6:06 AM, olfa wrote:
> Hi Mathematica community,
>
> here is my pb:
>
>   input:
> Reduce[Max[a, b] == Max[c, d], c, Reals]
> output:
>   (d<  Max[a, b]&&  c == Max[a, b]) || (d == Max[a, b]&&   c<= Max[a,
> b])
>
> when testing this output with 2 initialisations:
> d = 2  a =  4  b = 3  c = 6  here d<  Max[4, 3] but c is not equal to
> Max[4, 3]
>
> d = 4  a =   4  b = 3  c = 6  here d = Max[4, 3] but c is not<= to
> Max[4, 3]
>
> where is the pb?!
>


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