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Neoweb4u|This precalculus video tutorial gives a primary introduction into linear programming. It explains how one can write the target perform and constraints of linear …

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  1. Thank you JG for making this detail and helpful video, you have no idea how much you have help so many students and learner from worldwide. A great thank! from Singapore. Keep the passion…

  2. I've been watching your videos since I was still in my junior high school. Your videos helped me a lot. When we are required to report in mathematics and chemistry, I always see your videos for reference. So thank you so much! I was able to graduate with good grades in both subjects because of your teachings! Now, I am currently studying in college, taking up Bachelor of Science in Accountancy. We have a course which tackles about linear programming. When our professor taught this to us, I haven't had any slightest idea. So, here i am, seeking for your videos just to understand our lessons. Thank you so much, The Organic Chemistry Tutor for being there for us students, who are struggling with our mathematical problems! Please continue doing this. You're really awesome <3

  3. Alam na alm mo lahat eh hahaha nice 1

  4. This guy makes everything about Math looks easy. Thanks a lot. I've learned lots of things.

  5. I don’t think this topic is precalculus. It is higher than calculus

  6. Thank you. I think I can tackle today's quiz now <3

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  8. As a matter of fact, Max profit is 83940, with 4224 books and 1470 calculators.

  9. i love it i understand

  10. I have a math exam tommorow. Hope everything goes well 🙏🙏🙏

  11. how do you determine the x-axis and the y-axis, in the case of applying linear inequalities in problem solving?

  12. is it a must to have an objective function, if you are only given one constraints in a question?

  13. This video was so helpful. Im gonna learn everything this guy teaches

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  15. Hi there, maybe a silly question to ask, I have a similar problem where I have two inequalities with different signs "< >": X+2Y<= 12 and X -2Y>=-8. How can I apply this elimination method? do I need to change ALL the signs in one of the constrains so that both have the same <= or >= and then follow the standard process of elimination?

  16. Excellent video!
    However, I noticed that for the books and calculators question, 4222 books & 1472 calculators is the optimal solution, giving a profit of $83938 instead of the $83934 in the video (which itself should be $83937 based on the correct formula).
    Explanation below:
    This is because we need to consider the objective function as maximising profit, not sales.
    This gives P(B,C) = (20-5) B + (18-4) C = 15B + 14C , which returns the correct answer of 4222 books & 1472 calculators.

    Hope this helps!
    If I'm wrong, please feel free to correct me 🙂

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  18. why at the corner points only do we get the min/max?

  19. Am i the only ome that watched this vid at 240p and felt like it was in 1080, like damn yt compression aint got nothing on ur screen record3r XD

  20. Wait why you never upload again

  21. WHERE DID HE GET THE – 9 28:45 CAN SOMEONE PLEASE ENLIGHTEN ME

  22. I missed the meeting cause i forgot to turn on my wifi. I'm so stupid now here we are anyways.

  23. When multiplying an inequality with a negative number, it changes the sign from < to > and vice versa.
    Unless you assumed it to be an equality, the eliminations were wrong.

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  26. This was very helpful. Thanks!

  27. Just a heads up (to everyone, really):

    Be careful with rounding. The answer to the calculators-and-books problem is (very) slightly off because of the choice in rounding at 18:10 through 19:20. Rounding to 1473 calculators results in 4221 books as the "intersection corner"; but 1472 calculators and 4222 books is actually slightly higher profit and still meets all constraints (meaning that the statements at 21:43 through 22:04 are not strictly correct).

    Also, at 22:18, $27,000 should not be used as the cost; the cost should be computed from the data provided (5*4221 + 4*1473 = $26,997), resulting in a profit of $83,937 instead of $83,934.

    The strictly correct answer is: 1,472 calculators and 4,222 books, so $110,936 in sales and $26,998 in costs, and therefore $83,938 in profits. (It's only barely different, but the problem said to maximize profit, and this is in fact a larger profit.)

    REVENUE: 20B + 18C = sales

    20*4221 + 18*1473 = 110,934

    20*4222 + 18*1472 = 110,936

    COST: 5B + 4C <= 27,000

    5*4221 + 4*1473 = 26,997

    5*4222 + 4*1472 = 26,998

    TIME: 5B + 15C <= 43,200

    5*4221 + 15*1473 = 43,200

    5*4222 + 15*1472 = 43,190

    PROFIT: sales – cost

    1473 & 4221: 83,937 (=110,934-26,997)

    1472 & 4222: 83,938 (=110,936-26,998)

  28. 17:19 call me dumb , but i still don't understand why i have to put negative on it

  29. Wow, you make Math look so simple. Thanks a million 👌👏👏

  30. Whenever I am learning a math concept I pray that this guy has a video on it 👌

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  32. What a concise explanation!!!

  33. Thank you I needed this before my programming camp 🙂

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  35. This helped me a lot as I'm writing test in an hour and I missed the entire week of classes

  36. Tnx but where can I said u questions

  37. damn my teacher didnt explain this information

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