OPTIMAL PRODUCTION OF BRA BLOCK FACTORY BY USING SIMPLEX METHOD
In this paper simplex method is used to obtain the optimal solution to maximize the production profit for three different block types in BRA BLOCK FACTORY for heat insulating light construction pomic blocks productions. The three different model that we have taken to investigat the maximum profit for the factory are BB6H-10, BBS-15 and BB2H-20. As aresult we found that the first and the third types of model gives the maximum profit.
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