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Finite Mathematics (11th Edition)
Ch 4, Sec 4.1, Ex 1
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Greenwell, Lial
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Chapter 4
Section 4.1: Slack Variables and the Pivot
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EXERCISES
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Section 4.2: Maximization Problems
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WARM-UP EXERCISES
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EXERCISES
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Section 4.3: Minimizations Problems; Duality
Your Turn
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WARM-UP EXERCISES
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Section 4.4: Nonstandard Problems
Your Turn
Exercise 1
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