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Linear Programming

Linear Programming

Submitted by • January 11, 2017

Linear programming is defined as the use of a variety of linear constraints so as to determine the best value. An example of a constraint is the equation x+2y< 14. The linear programming model is used in the everyday decision making process in organizations and other similar sectors.

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