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A) Consider the following linear program:
Min 5a + 4b - c + 2e
St a - 2c + d + 2e = 1
3b + 3c + 6d - 9e = 3
a, b, c, d, e > 0

Using the optimality criteria from the simplex method, argue whether or not {a, b} is an optimal basis.
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a) Consider the following linear program:
Min 5a + 4b - c + 2e
St a - 2c + d + 2e = 1
3b + 3c + 6d - 9e = 3
a, b, c, d, e > 0

Using the optimality ...

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