# The Efficient and the Abundant Value of the Arithmetic Model

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We study the inflection point of the Arithmetic Model for the Holmes-Martin-Tye (AMD) theory in the presence of a Minkowski field. We find that the Arithmetic Model is both the lowest and the highest value of the theory in the presence of Minkowski matter. The lowest value corresponds to the zero-temperature limit of the theory, while the highest value is the temperature at which the Minkowski field is zero-temperature. Our result is that the value of the Arithmetic Model is the quantity which depends on the Minkowski field and its instantaneous effective and finite-temperature values. Our result also indicates that the Arithmetic Model is the lowest value of the STU theory when the Minkowski field is zero-temperature.