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Also, by using the values of x5 = B' 'b and Z = c,,B_'b

preceding subsection, these results give the ... The first is that only BT' needs to

be derived to be able to

...

Also, by using the values of x5 = B' 'b and Z = c,,B_'b

**calculated**at the end of thepreceding subsection, these results give the ... The first is that only BT' needs to

be derived to be able to

**calculate**all the numbers in the simplex tableau from the...

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Identify the negative component of cp having the largest absolute value, and set v

equal to this absolute value. Then

**Calculate**A = AD and c = Dc. 3.**Calculate**P = I — A'(AA') 'Ā and c, = PC. 4.Identify the negative component of cp having the largest absolute value, and set v

equal to this absolute value. Then

**calculate**1 X = + £c. 1 where a is a selected ...Page 996

As given with the answers in the back of the book, this policy is to bake 500

loaves of bread each moming, which gives a probability of incun-ing a shortage

of (a) For any day that a shortage does occur,

fresh ...

As given with the answers in the back of the book, this policy is to bake 500

loaves of bread each moming, which gives a probability of incun-ing a shortage

of (a) For any day that a shortage does occur,

**calculate**the revenue from sellingfresh ...

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