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darkprince14

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Two-phase method: how can i eliminate the zero artficial variable?(prior to start of phase II)

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  1. dan815
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    could you give me a more detailed explanation of what this question is asking, i dont get all the terms

  2. darkprince14
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    @dan815 ...i've stumbled upon a problem such that phase 1 will terminate with an artificial basic variable at zero level. Now in order for me to carry out phase 2, i need to eliminate the artificial variable. How do i do this?

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