Re: ATTN: Ray Brandes on Linear Programming

From: Monica & Glenn Whiteside (
Date: Tue Mar 02 1999 - 01:42:14 EET


Very good point. To satisfy all of the problem constraints, specifically
the required cash on hand (constraint #3) and asset/liability (constraint
#4) constraints, only 50 tape recorders can be made. Otherwise, I'd crank
them out! If only we didn't have to listen to bankers and upper

Best Regards,

Glenn Whiteside

>Well, maybe I am just thick, but if I could sell all I could make in
>then I would make it all... I don't understand why the model said to make
>than all. Are they saving some work for January? I would rather go
skiing! - Ray
>Monica & Glenn Whiteside wrote:
>> Ray:
>> Here's an example of a Linear Programming model used for short-term
>> financial planning to give you a feel for what LP can do. The "accurate"

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