Modelling with Linear Relationships
The feasible region: Introduction (Fete stall series Part 1)
Modelling with Linear Relationships
Linear Algebra Skills

The Feasible Region (Fete Stall Series)

Linear programming is a method of solving problems where at least two people or products compete for limited resources. From the constraints imposed by the limited resources, we can determine a set of feasible solutions to the problem. We can then use an algorithm to identify the optimal solution(s) according to a particular objective, such as maximising or minimising cost. In this series of videos we will explore how we go about this.