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An upper , one - sided

An upper , one - sided

**goal**sets an upper limit that we do not want to exceed ( but falling under the limit is fine ) . 3. A two - sided**goal**sets a specific target that we do not want to miss on either side .**Goal**programming problems ...Page 345

One of management's

One of management's

**goals**in a**goal**programming problem is expressed algebraically as 3.x , + 4x2 + 2x3 = 60 , where 60 is the specific numeric**goal**and the left - hand side gives the level achieved toward meeting this**goal**.Page 346

Reconsider the original version of the Dewright Co. prob first - priority

Reconsider the original version of the Dewright Co. prob first - priority

**goal**is citizens fed 2 1,750,000 , the secondlem presented in Sec . 7.5 and summarized in Table 7.5 . After fur priority**goal**is foreign capital 2 $ 70,000,000 ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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