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linear programming examples and solutions pdf | 1.06 | 1 | 2368 | 56 | 45 |

linear | 0.37 | 1 | 2848 | 64 | 6 |

programming | 1.27 | 0.4 | 7978 | 94 | 11 |

examples | 1.6 | 0.2 | 1128 | 34 | 8 |

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linear programming is a technique that helps us to find the optimum solution for a given problem, an optimum solution is that solution that is the best possible outcome of a given particular problem.

Linear programming uses linear algebraic relationships to represent a firm’s decisions, given a business objective, and resource constraints. Steps in application: 1. Identify problem as solvable by linear programming. 2. Formulate a mathematical model of the unstructured problem. 3. Solve the model. 4. Implementation Introduction