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Bill Simpson
04/03/12 1:23pm

Unless you have a typo or have left out some other information it appears that your

models = \[Phi]s Exp[-Exp[0.92` (n - M)] + 0.92` (n - M) \[Alpha]]

n and M values are not independent. If you choose any value for n then M just needs to be adjusted to match.

This seems in agreement with your observation that the Fit works just fine if you fix the value of n.

This is like I tell you the equation for a line is
y = 3(n-M)+2, tell you y=7 and ask you what the value of n and M are.

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Re: FindFit error Bill Simpson 04/03/12 1:23pm
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