Posted by **student** on Sunday, June 17, 2007 at 2:24pm.

this is what i have so far for the following problem but i don't know what to do next:

Use the simplex method to solve the linear programming problem

minimize W = 4 y1 + 2y2

subject to:

3y1+2y2>=60

4y1+y2>=40

y1>=0,y2>=0

so this is how i started it:

i did it in the form of a matrix

3 2 60

4 1 40

------------

4 2 0

then i did the flip on the side

3 4 4

2 1 2

------------

60 40 0

I am just trying to follow the book but after i do the fliping thing i have trouble with the next steps:

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