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Mr. Gregory White, Master's Degree
Category: Pre-Calculus
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I'm interested in the solution you provided to the linear

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I'm interested in the solution you provided to the linear optimization problem involving Klein Industries.
Submitted: 9 months ago.
Category: Pre-Calculus
Expert:  Ryan replied 9 months ago.

Hi,

Thank you for using the site. I'll be happy to help you if I can.

Do you have the problem information, or a link to the previously answered question that you are referring to?

Ryan

Customer: replied 9 months ago.
Please see the attached file.
Expert:  Ryan replied 9 months ago.

Thanks. I'll take a look at this and see if I have a solution available on my files.

Expert:  Ryan replied 9 months ago.

I don't seem to have a solution for this problem in my files.

Also, I've never heard of the "auxiliary variable cells method", nor can I find any information about it online. I have a suspicion that this term is something that your instructor may have invented, which may be known by another name elsewhere. Do you have an example problem from either your course material or textbook that would demonstrate the particular process that you are expected to follow?

Customer: replied 9 months ago.
The method is mentioned in my textbook but it is not described very well. The example is not very good. It looked like a solution was available here - or at least something I could follow.

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