Monday, September 22, 2008

Q: - What is non negative restrictions in LPP


Non negative restrictions mean that both the value of x and y must be zero or more than zero. Suppose businessman wants to know what unit of ice cream and chocolate. But its value must be zero or more than. This is basic condition of linear programming.

In math we can write it as x, y >- 0
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