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Backsubstitution is an option often ignored when people use Reduce. In the op's case it gives: Reduce[a == b + c && a >= 2 && b <= 10 && c == 5, {a, b, c}, Backsubstitution -> True] 2 <= a <= 15 && b == -5 + a && c == 5 The op's writes: " What I expect to get is 2 <= a <= 15 && -3 ...


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{time, mean, std} = Transpose[Import["C:\\Users\\...\\Downloads\\MEANSDVALUES.xlsx"][[1]]] (* use the appropriate directory for your file *)


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Modifying only these definitions in your code to read: Subscript[K, 1] := Interval[{0, 32}]; Subscript[K, 2] := Interval[{0, 8}]; Produces this result: {Subscript[u, 0] -> Interval[{-0.09, 4.29}], Subscript[u, 1] -> Interval[{-0.0355556, 3.23556}], Subscript[u, 2] -> Interval[{-0.186667, 1.98667}], Subscript[u, 4] -> ...



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