## An introduction to linear programming: An economic introduction to linear programming. Lectures on the mathematical theory of linear programming, Parts 1-2 |

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### Contents

AN ECONOMIC INTRODUCTION TO LINEAR PROGRAMMING Section 1 Introduction | 1 |

An Example | 2 |

Programming Calculations by the Simplex Method | 8 |

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