# Question

Reconsider the model of Prob. 7.2-4. Suppose that the right-hand sides of the functional constraints are changed to

30 + 3θ (for constraint 1) and 10 – θ (for constraint 1)

where θ can be assigned any positive or negative values.

30 + 3θ (for constraint 1) and 10 – θ (for constraint 1)

where θ can be assigned any positive or negative values.

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