JEE-Main - Grade 12 - Mathematics - Linear Programming - Introduction and Snapshot of Linear Programming - Study ref# 932

Introduction
In this chapter, we shall apply the
systems of linear inequalities/ equations to solve some real life problems of
the type as given below:
A furniture dealer deals in only two item
– tables and chairs. He has Rs. 50,000... read more

JEE-Main - Grade 12 - Mathematics - Linear Programming - Introduction and Snapshot of Linear Programming - Study ref# 933

Following sections must be covered to
understand the Linear Programming:
1. Linear Programming Problems and its
Mathematical Formation.
2. Different Types of Linear Programming
Problems... read more

JEE-Main - Grade 12 - Mathematics - Linear Programming - Target Setup for Linear Programming - Study ref# 934

Student requires to achieve the following milestones to get better grip over Linear Programming. The milestones / targets are as follows: Starting Point: Days 0Test TypeAppear on TestTarget TestsScorePractice Test000%Chapter Test... read more

JEE-Main - Grade 12 - Mathematics - Linear Programming - Study ref# 9633

Maximize Z =
subject to the constraints : Answer: The system of constraints is
……(1)
and
subject to Answer: The system of constraints is :
#*8... read more

JEE-Main - Grade 12 - Mathematics - Linear Programming - Study ref# 9635

Minimize
subject to Answer: The system of constraints is :
…... read more

JEE-Main - Grade 12 - Mathematics - Linear Programming - Study ref# 9636

Minimise and Maximise
subject to . Answer: The system of constraints is :
……….(1)
subject to the
constraints:
Answer: The system of constraints is :
and are available. Food
costs Rs.4 per unit
food and costs Rs.6 per unit.
... read more

JEE-Main - Grade 12 - Mathematics - Linear Programming - Study ref# 9643

A farmer mixes two brands P and Q of
cattle feed. Brand P, costing Rs. 250 per bag contains 3 units of nutritional
element A, 2.5 units of element B and 2 units of element C. Brand Q costing Rs.200
per bag contains, 1.5 units of nutritional ... read more

JEE-Main - Grade 12 - Mathematics - Linear Programming - Study ref# 9644

Determine the maximum value of subject to the
constraints: Answer: We have, maximize ………(i)
Subject to the constraints
subject to the
constraints: Answer: We have, minimize subject to the
constraints
. Answer: The feasible (shaded) region is bounded
and corner points are O(0,0),A(7,0),B(3,4) ... read more

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A company manufactures two types of
sweaters: type A and type B. It costs ₹360 to make a type A sweater and
₹120 to make a type B sweater. The company can make at most 300 sweater
and spend at most ₹72000 a day. The numb... read more