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# D1 Linear Programming

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1. Hi,

Could someone please explain in detail how to answer the last part of the question below?:

It's on page 4.
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2. (Original post by chroli1)
Hi,

Could someone please explain in detail how to answer the last part of the question below?:

It's on page 4.
Thanks
If the construction budget is increased, this will give you a different constraint relating to the budget, and then repeat the process for finding the maximum number of ....
3. Thanks
4. (Original post by chroli1)
Hi,

Could someone please explain in detail how to answer the last part of the question below?:

It's on page 4.
Thanks
Let x1 be the number of large houses and x2 for the standard houses
Constraints:
Nonnegitivty
x1>0
x2>0
The market
2x1<=x2 -> 2x1-x2<=0
The area
200x1+120x2<=12000
The budget
60000x1+50000x2<=42500000
Draw these line in the (x1,x2) coordinate system

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