# In linear​ programming, choices available to a decision maker are called?

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## Problems

I am new in programming, can anyone give the right solution?
In linear​ programming, choices available to a decision maker are called
A. objectives.
B. choice variables.
C. decision variables.
D. constraints.

## Solution:

The Correct Answer of this question is C) Decision Variable

### Explanation:

Linear programming is one of the most extensively used techniques of operations research and management science. Its name implies that planning (programming) is being done with a mathematical model (named a linear-programming model) where all the functions in the model are linear functions.

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