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Re: Mathematica's FindMinimum does not solve trivial optimization problems

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I think that for your problem Minimize (or NMinimize) is more appropriate as you're looking for a global minimum. This will work :

Minimize[{(-1.` + x)^2 + (-2.` + y)^2, x == 2.`}, {x, y}]



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