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4.7 , this

4.7 , this

**range**of values for b2 is referred to as its allowable**range**to stay feasible . For any bi , recall from Sec . 4.7 that its allowable**range**to stay feasible is the**range**of values over which the current optimal BF solution ...Page 299

Then determine the best choice of over this

Then determine the best choice of over this

**range**. Coefficient of : 6.7-26 . Consider the following parametric linear programming Basic Right Variable Eq . 2x problem . X2 Х ; X5 Side Maximize Z ( O ) = ( 10 – 40 ) x1 + ( 4 – 0 ) x2 + ...Page 634

Show profit ( after capital recovery costs are subtracted ) would be $ 4.2 how to reformulate this restriction to fit an MIP model . million per long -

Show profit ( after capital recovery costs are subtracted ) would be $ 4.2 how to reformulate this restriction to fit an MIP model . million per long -

**range**plane , $ 3 million per medium -**range**plane , and $ 2.3 million per short ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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