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0 – 1 1 Rows 1 to 3 of the initial

0 | 12|, 3 2 : 0 0 1 #18 where the third, fourth, and fifth columns (the coefficients of

the slack variables) form an identity matrix. Therefore, - - 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 4 New ...

0 – 1 1 Rows 1 to 3 of the initial

**tableau**are 1 0 1 0 0 4 Old rows 1–3 = | 0 2 : 0 10 | 12|, 3 2 : 0 0 1 #18 where the third, fourth, and fifth columns (the coefficients of

the slack variables) form an identity matrix. Therefore, - - 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 4 New ...

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... the initial

row 0–[0, 3. 1]. This calculation is shown below, where the first vector is row 0 of

the initial

... the initial

**tableau**by using just the coefficients of the slack variables in the finalrow 0–[0, 3. 1]. This calculation is shown below, where the first vector is row 0 of

the initial

**tableau**and the matrix is rows 1 to 3 of the initial**tableau**. 1 0 1 0 0 4 ...Page 259

These coefficients of the slack variables necessarily are unchanged with the

same algebraic operations originally performed by the simplex method because

the coefficients of these same variables in the initial

These coefficients of the slack variables necessarily are unchanged with the

same algebraic operations originally performed by the simplex method because

the coefficients of these same variables in the initial

**tableau**are unchanged.### What people are saying - Write a review

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