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As indicated next , we call x2 the

As indicated next , we call x2 the

**entering**basic variable for iteration 1 . At any iteration of the simplex method , the purpose of step 1 is to choose one nonbasic variable to increase from zero ( while the values of the basic ...Page 178

Also identify the initial

Also identify the initial

**entering**basic variable and the leaving basic variable . I ( c ) Work through the simplex method step by step to solve the problem . ( a ) Solve this problem graphically . ( b ) Using the Big M method ...Page 377

Increasing the

Increasing the

**entering**basic variable from zero sets off a chain reaction of compensating changes in other basic variables ( allocations ) , in order to continue satisfying the supply and demand constraints . The first basic variable ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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