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    Several) ξ(3)=λ1,ξ(ω)=0, Resistant. For that evidence Theorem 1 observe Appendix B. Theorem 1 offers needed problems (Three or more.Several), BGB324 mw (Several.8) for your option involving problem (2.A single), , ,  and (Only two.Five), and therefore they comprise demands that the optimum solution needs to accomplish. The use of an optimal answer follows from the common discussion. Through (3.8) it can immediately end up being determined that the best control will be involving bang–bang variety, jumping from one border to the some other. For that reason, operate ξ(⋅)−λ2ξ(⋅)−λ2 is generally referred to as switching operate   because the change of their indication determines the ages alcoholics anonymous from which the perfect manage buttons in one limit to the other inside consequence of (Several.8): formula(3.Nine) M∗(a)Equates to{M̄(a)if ξ(a)>λ2,not determinedif ξ(a)=λ2,0if ξ(a)<λ2. We assume that equality ξ(a)=λ2ξ(a)=λ2 happens only in isolated points, so that the values M∗(a)M∗(a) at these points have no effect on the dependency ratio. This assumption holds for fertility and morality rates that are not linearly related, which can be concluded by additionally requiring that the derivative of the switching function, ξ(⋅)−λ2ξ(⋅)−λ2, is 0 on an interval [a¯,a¯] which would be a violation of the assumption that the switching function is 0 only in isolated points. 2 To obtain the optimal immigration profile it remains to determine ξ(⋅)ξ(⋅) and λ2λ2. The right hand side of the differential equation (3.7) is discontinuous at ages a=αa=α and a=βa=β and therefore the solution ξξ has two kinks at each of these ages. We note that (3.7) is a boundary value problem for a linear differential equation. By using the Cauchy formula for the solution of an ordinary differential equation (3.7) we obtain the solution equation(3.10) ξ(a)=λ1v(a)+(D(M∗(⋅))+1)Ntot(M∗(⋅))((D(M∗(⋅))+1)e[α,β](a)−e[0,ω](a)). Using the boundary condition ξ(0)=λ1ξ(0)=λ1 and noting that R=v(0)R=v(0) we obtain that equation(3.11) λ1=(D(M∗(⋅))+1)Ntot(M∗(⋅))((D(M∗(⋅))+1)e[α,β](0)−e[0,ω](0))1−R holds. Here, e[0,ω](a)=∫aωl(x)l(a)dx is the life expectancy in [0,ω][0,ω] at age aa. Similarly, e[α,β](a)=∫aωl(x)l(a)I[α,β](x)dx is the working life expectancy of an aa-year-old, reflecting the expected number of years an aa-year-old would spend working. Clearly, e[α,β](a)=0e[α,β](a)=0 for a≥βa≥β. With (3.9) and expressions (3.10)–(3.11) we are now able to obtain the optimal immigration profile M∗(⋅)M∗(⋅), where the Lagrange multiplier λ2λ2 has to be determined in such a way, that (2.5) holds for the resulting solution.