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In this particular problem , the decisions to be made are well defined , but the appropriate means of conveying this information may ... ( Try it and see if you first obtain the following inappropriate choice of

In this particular problem , the decisions to be made are well defined , but the appropriate means of conveying this information may ... ( Try it and see if you first obtain the following inappropriate choice of

**decision variables**. ) ...Page 75

With 10 plants , 10 machines , 10 products , and 10 months , this gives a total of 21,000

With 10 plants , 10 machines , 10 products , and 10 months , this gives a total of 21,000

**decision variables**, as outlined below .**Decision Variables**. 10,000 production variables : one for each combination of a plant , machine ...Page 78

For each production capacity constraint , each term in the summation consists of a

For each production capacity constraint , each term in the summation consists of a

**decision variable**( the ... give the correct value to the current inventory variable , given the values of all the other**decision variables**including the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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