### Example in Finmark using the "Min" Formula Function:

Min

`Min(e_1, e_2, ..., e_i)`

returns the expression with the lowest value among the `e_i`

.

### Examples

Minimum of a series of numbers:

`>> Max(4, -8, 1) -8`

`Min`

flattens lists in its arguments:

`>> Min({1,2},3,{-3,3.5,-Infinity},{{1/2}}) -Infinity`

`Min`

with symbolic arguments remains in symbolic form:

`>> Min(x, y) Min(x,y) >> Min(5, x, -3, y, 40) Min(-3,x,y)`

With no arguments, `Min`

gives `Infinity`

:

`>> Min() Infinity >> Min(x) x`