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    Cool could anyone try to solve this question..

    Y=(a-b*r1-c*P1)*(m-1+(1+r1)^(T-1)*(p1^T+(1-l0)*(1-p1^T)))/(1+r3)^T
    Z=(a-b*r2-c*P1)*(m-1+(1+r2)^(T-1)*(p1^T+(1-l0)*(1-p1^T)))/(1+r3)^T
    Y=Z,then p1=?
    I wanna find the value of p1 in terms of other variable..may be you can use mathematica software or maple since it involved a lot of variables.thank you
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    Are these your two equations (what you have is a little difficult to read and I don't know if what I have here is any better). Also, we have P_1 and p_1 - are these the same or different?

    Y=\dfrac{(a-b r_1-c P_1) \{m-1+(1+r_1)^{T-1} [p_1^T+(1-l_0) (1-p_1^T)]\}}{(1+r_3)^T}

    Z=\dfrac{(a-b r_2-c P_1) \{m-1+(1+r_2)^{T-1} [p_1^T+(1-l_0) (1-p_1^T)]\}}{(1+r_3)^T}
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    sorry for the mistake..p1 and P1 are same actually..typing error.thanks for the reply..I really need the answer.I tried use the mathematica software but couldnt get the answer.
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