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Course: I 3608, Fall 2009
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Credit Extra Problem. Hwk 05 7. A implies B is equivalent to [Not B] implies [Not A]. Let A = Primal is unbounded and B = Dual is infeasible. Then A implies B is Lemma 3 and Not B implies Not A reduces to [Dual Feasible] implies [Primal Bounded]. Thus if we can show that the dual being feasible implies that Primal the is bounded we will have proven Lemma 3. Assuming the dual to be feasible, let y0 be a dual...

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Credit Extra Problem. Hwk 05 7. A implies B is equivalent to [Not B] implies [Not A]. Let A = Primal is unbounded and B = Dual is infeasible. Then A implies B is Lemma 3 and Not B implies Not A reduces to [Dual Feasible] implies [Primal Bounded]. Thus if we can show that the dual being feasible implies that Primal the is bounded we will have proven Lemma 3. Assuming the dual to be feasible, let y0 be a dual feasible point with a wvalue of w0. Then Weak Duality implies that [Obj. Func...

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