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Nowadays, linear and integer programming is among the most widely and successfully used decision tools in the quantitative analysis of practical problems where rational decisions have to be made. It forms a main branch of management science and operations research. Besides the fundamental role that linear and integer programming plays in economic optimization problems, it is also of great importance in strategic planning problems, in the analysis of algorithms, in combinatorial problems, and in many other subjects.
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1 one can graphically derive that the optimal solution (x1 = x2 = 4½) is not affected by adding the new constraint (5). Including constraint (5) in Model 'Dovetail', yields Model 'Dovetail*': To write this in the standard form, the '≥'-constraint has to be transformed into a '≤'-constraint. This can be done by multiplying it by -1. Hence, x1 + x2 ≥ 5 then becomes -x1 - x2 ≤ -5. g. 3x1 - 8x2 = 11 is replaced by 3x1 - 8x2 ≤ 11 and -3x1 + 8x2 ≤ -11. 6. 2. Types of Optimal Solutions and Feasible Regions It may happen that an LP-model has more than one optimal solution.