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This situation is summarized in Table 5.1, where defining

constraint boundary

any linear programming problem with n decision variables, each CPF solution

lies ...

This situation is summarized in Table 5.1, where defining

**equations**refer to theconstraint boundary

**equations**that yield (define) the indicated CPF solution. Forany linear programming problem with n decision variables, each CPF solution

lies ...

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Recall that each comer-point solution is the simultaneous solution of a system of

n constraint boundary

question is: How do we tell whether a particular constraint boundary

Recall that each comer-point solution is the simultaneous solution of a system of

n constraint boundary

**equations**, which we called its defining**equations**. The keyquestion is: How do we tell whether a particular constraint boundary

**equation**is ...Page 222

(b) Develop a table giving each of the CPF solutions and the corresponding

defining

these solutions, and use just this information to identify the optimal solution.

(b) Develop a table giving each of the CPF solutions and the corresponding

defining

**equations**, BF solution. and nonbasic variables. Calculate Z for each ofthese solutions, and use just this information to identify the optimal solution.

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