Have you ever had to solve a linear programming problem: profit maximisation, cost minimisation, resource allocation, that sort of thing?

Excel’s SOLVER and other routines help us with these sorts of problems. Sometimes, though, you might have to draw a chart or graph to help with understanding or solving these problems. Drawing these charts can be a problem. Here is a chart that’s a bit extreme but which you will find in my new Excel book, which is very nearly ready now.

If you want to learn how to solve linear programming problems and to see how to draw a linear programming chart like the one below, watch this space!

Duncan Williamson

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