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    Solving two inequalities with three variables

    Hi everyone,

    How can I solve two inequalities with three variables like the following:
    x+y+0.94z>=0.9
    x+y+0.94z<=1

    I need it to be something like x+y+0.94=(some value).

    Maybe using constraints?
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    Re: Solving two inequalities with three variables

    Let t = x+y+0.94z. Then 0.9\le t \le 1 is an inequality in one variable. I don't understand what you are trying to do.
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