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Adam Komarek
03/08/07 5:25pm

Hello,

I am trying to solve a set of simultaneous equations, 11 equations and 11 variables to solve for. However in practice one variable i am trying to solve for (OFL) cannot be negative. When i solve the system using FindRoot, the variable OFL is negative- this is a problem. Is there a way in Mathematica (version 4.1) to impose a condition that a variable has to be >=0? I have attached the problem.

Can anybody assist me?

Kind Regards

Adam Komarek






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