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Because the constraint on

Because the constraint on

**resource**1 , x1 = 4 , is not binding on the optimal solution ( 2 , 6 ) , there is a ... the constraints on**resources**2 and 3 , 2x2 = 12 and 3x1 + 2x2 = 18 , are binding constraints ( constraints that hold with ...Page 181

( b ) Use graphical analysis to find the shadow prices for the

( b ) Use graphical analysis to find the shadow prices for the

**resources**. ( c ) Determine how many additional units of**resource**1 would be needed to increase the optimal value of Z by 15 . 4.7-5 . Consider the following problem .Page 241

erates at a strictly positive level ( x ; > 0 ) , the marginal value of the

erates at a strictly positive level ( x ; > 0 ) , the marginal value of the

**resources**it consumes must equal ( as opposed ... The second statement implies that the marginal value of**resource**i is zero ( y ; = 0 ) whenever the supply of ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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