33:136:386 Chapter 3: Linear Programming on the Computer

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Chapter 3 (continued)
QM for windows
o Constraints (numerical values) must be in standard form, on the
right hand side of the equation.
o Fractional relationships between variables in constraints must
be eliminated.
o QM aessed y likig odule, the liear prograig,
the file, ad e.
Put number of constraints and decision variables in.
o Marginal values dollar amount one is willing to pay for one
additional resource unit.
o Sensitivity range (for an objective coefficient) range of values
over which the current optimal solution point will remain
optimal.
Objective Function Coefficient Ranges with the Computer
o Excel can generate a sensitivity report.
Clik sole i the paraeters ido.
SOLVING
o Clik o Data ta, go to soler, eter Soler Paraeters
Clik o Add to add odel ostraits.
o Cases of sensitivity Analysis
1. Changing objective function parameters will change
the slope of the objective function and provide a new
optimal point.
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