Core Mathematics - Solving linear programming problems - example
Solving linear programming problems - example
Linear programming - skateboards
A small manufacturer makes two types of skateboards - A and B.
* Each type A skateboard requires 2 hours of labour and each type B
requires 3 hours of labour.
* The number of hours of labour available per week is 24 hours, however,
total production is limited to 9 skateboards per week.
* If the profit on a type A skateboard is
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