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

    http://www.ocr.org.uk/download/pp_11...n_gce_4771.pdf

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    Hi,

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

    http://www.ocr.org.uk/download/pp_11...n_gce_4771.pdf

    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 ....
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    (Original post by chroli1)
    Hi,

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

    http://www.ocr.org.uk/download/pp_11...n_gce_4771.pdf

    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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