Here's the issue. I have two curves that are dependent on each other (part of a bigger solution set). The logic of my program requires that one of two conditions have to be met.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Basically, two curves are rising in y as x increases. Either curve 1 will reach some value "first", or curve 2 will reach someothervalue first. The shape of the curves is unknown (part of a larger function, so only values at instantaneous points are calculated).

Any recommendations for solving this problem without manually stepping through x?

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# Logic: One of Two Conditions

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