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Table 11.2 gives the estimated probability that the respective teams will fail when

0, 1, or 2

scientists are considered because each new scientist will need to devote full ...

Table 11.2 gives the estimated probability that the respective teams will fail when

0, 1, or 2

**additional**scientists are added to that team. Only integer numbers ofscientists are considered because each new scientist will need to devote full ...

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... new subproblems xj S [x]"] and xj 2 [xf] + l, respectively. Each inequality

becomes an

%, then xjS3 and xj-24 are the respective

subproblem.

... new subproblems xj S [x]"] and xj 2 [xf] + l, respectively. Each inequality

becomes an

**additional**constraint for that new subproblem. For example, if xf = 3%, then xjS3 and xj-24 are the respective

**additional**constraints for the newsubproblem.

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Formulate the linear programming problem that is to be addressed explicitly, and

then identify the

automatically by the algorithm. (d) Apply the modified simplex method to the

problem as ...

Formulate the linear programming problem that is to be addressed explicitly, and

then identify the

**additional**complementarity constraint that is enforcedautomatically by the algorithm. (d) Apply the modified simplex method to the

problem as ...

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