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    Nov 26, 2016
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    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    It is interesting subject about the decision making, we can do the decision making by only using the formula and the calculation. the decision making is based on the lower price of that organisation will be choose to operate their goods or services, but they can get the more income on it.

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    in the chapter of the transportation problem.There is a type of linear programming problem that may be solved using a simplified version of the simplex technique called transportation method. Because of its major application in solving problems involving several product sources and several destinations of products, this type of problem is frequently called the transportation problem. It gets its name from its application to problems involving transporting products from several sources to several destinations. Although the formation can be used to represent more general assignment and scheduling problems as well as transportation and distribution problems.

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    3-5 hours

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    need more practices in other to sharp our calculation skills and thinking skills.Transportation problem is one of the most interesting linear programming problems concerning with the distribution of products or services. The production and transportation have crucial role simultaneously to balance the overall supply chain of manufacturing companies. Whenever any product is produced by industry it has to reach to its end users.

    • Fall 2016
    • DR HWA
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