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Michael
07/01/12 11:14pm

In Response To 'Re: Re: NMaximize with constraints'
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You wrote: "mu_T and m_T are two different variables."

Just to be sure: I was talking about \[Mu]T and \[Mu]t. I was not referring to m_T. It's the T next to the mu that is both in upper and lower cases.

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NMaximize with constraints alab 06/28/12 00:22am
Re: NMaximize with constraints Michael 06/30/12 7:28pm
Re: Re: NMaximize with constraints alab 06/30/12 10:11pm
Re: Re: Re: NMaximize with constraints Michael 07/01/12 11:14pm
Re: Re: Re: Re: NMaximize with constraints ala 07/02/12 11:54am
Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: NMaximize with constraints Bill Simpson 07/04/12 4:08pm
Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: NMaximize with constrai... alab 07/04/12 9:41pm
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