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Table 11.2 gives the estimated probability that the respective teams will fail when 0 , 1 , or 2

Table 11.2 gives the estimated probability that the respective teams will fail when 0 , 1 , or 2

**additional**scientists are added to that team . Only integer numbers of scientists are considered because each new scientist will need to ...Page 617

Each inequality becomes an

Each inequality becomes an

**additional**constraint for that new subproblem . For example , if x * = 3į , then X ; 53 and X ; 24 are the respective**additional**constraints for the new subproblem .Page 715

( d ) Now suppose that there is an

( d ) Now suppose that there is an

**additional**constraint that the profit from products 1 and 2 must total at least $ 9,000 . Use the technique presented in the “ Extensions ” subsection of Sec . 13.8 to add this constraint to the model ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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