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LPP Problem.

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  1. anonymous
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    LPP is London Procurement Programme?

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    No Linear Programming.

  4. asnaseer
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    1) plot the inequalities to find the vertices of the inequalities: |dw:1327236519526:dw| 2) Compute the function at each of the vertices 3) Then use those results to answer your question

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    Note also that the objective function 2x+3y has the SAME slope as the upper constraint 4x+6y <= 5, so the number of optimal solutions is ......

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