## Introduction to Linear Programming and Games of Strategy, Volume 1Marquette University, Department of Mathematics, 1965 - Games of strategy (Mathematics) |

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### Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction | 1 |

Basic Mathematics | 26 |

Allocation Distribution and Other Activity Linear | 121 |

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