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 How do we check whether an element is within the CONVERSIONS set? For example, we have a material 'n' and a material 'm', how do we check whether this combination is within the CONVERSIONS set?

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You use the set logical operator in, e.g., (m, n) in CONVERSIONS. This should be explained further in SetsInAMPL or LogicInAMPL.

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How do we check whether an element is within the CONVERSIONS set? For example, we have a material 'n' and a material 'm', how do we check whether this combination is within the CONVERSIONS set?

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