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Bill Simpson
10/11/12 12:26pm

If it is not just a tiny error in your post then there is this

== t, , -1 <=

in what you showed and removing that extra comma might help you.

A different issue, unrelated to the warning message you are getting, is that using exact numbers, like 7/10 instead of the approximate number 0.7, can sometimes enable different algorithms inside of Mathematica and get you an answer.

I tried a different approach, used NMaximize on your problem and asked it to solve for all your variables, not just c1 and c2. In a fraction of a second it replied that the maximum==1 and happens when n==1 and q==0. In that case, because q==0, your equation simplifies to 1.

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Bcons during Maximization Vadim 10/10/12 3:35pm
Re: Bcons during Maximization Bill Simpson 10/11/12 12:26pm
Re: Bcons during Maximization Peter Pein 10/11/12 12:46pm
Re: Bcons during Maximization Vadim 10/12/12 08:33am
Re: Re: Bcons during Maximization Bill Simpson 10/12/12 1:55pm
Re: Bcons during Maximization Vadim 10/16/12 4:03pm
Re: Re: Bcons during Maximization Bill Simpson 10/17/12 11:18am
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