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How to invert $\max()$ and $\min()$ operators in equations
That is not invertible, as rewritten said below, right? I mean: it must be studied piecewise.
On the solution of a stacking/spending optimisation problem
@Libra, the first assumption: he's forced to stack at least $0.5$ per days.
Solution to a scarce resources assignment game
Thank you all, guys. I voted Anonymous's answer because he was the first one to answer, albeit I really appreciated Lybra's asnwer :)