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What are the four requirements of a linear programming problem?

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Objective, constraints, alternatives, linearity

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Four Requirements is (1) Decision Variable and their Relationship:, (2) Well-Defined Objective Function:, (3) Presence of Constraints or Restrictions:, (4) Alternative Courses of Action: Decision variables describe the quantities that the decision-makers would like to determine. They are the unknowns of a mathematical programming model. The objective function is a mathematical equation that describes the production output target that corresponds to the maximization of profits with respect to production. Students are then asked to identify alternative courses of action to deal with the problems they identify.


 

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