Constraints can be binding or non-binding.
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CONSTRAINTS CAN BE BINDING OR NON-BINDING.
What is the difference between these? Can you think of an example?
A binding constraint is a constraint for which at the optimal point, of a programming problem, has a slack value of zero. On the other hand, a non-binding constraint is a constraint which, at the optimal point, does not have a slack value of ...
The problem deals with discussing the differences between binding and non-binding constraints under linear programming.