Linear programming is used to improve business-processes. For instance, many variables need to be taken into account for the successful mass production of cars. Linear programming will help a business to decide upon these variables in order to optimise production and profit. Want to know how to run a business? Check the links below and learn what Linear Programming is! The links will explain all you need to know about what linear programming is to pass your IGCSE GCSE Maths exam and to become successful in business. First we will revisit how to graph inequalities. I will explain to you when you draw a dotted line and when a normal line. Then I will explain in detail what linear programming is. So study all the example questions and you will understand linear programming. See you there!!
Check this link during your maths revision where I will explain to you how to graph inequalities. You need to understand this if you want to understand what Linear Programming is.