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I have N variables, say $V_1, V_2, ..., V_n$. and I have several logical conditions like $[(V_1 > V_2) \cap (V_2 + V_3 > V_1) \cap (V_1*V_1 > 2*V_2)] \cup [..]$ You can consider they are in ...
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