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Linear Programming Example.
January 17, 2020
January 17, 2020January 17, 2020
I love you Patrick!!!! you always safe my life! :’)
Your video was a Godsent. Thank you!!!
really love you videos wish you had some LP multiperiod word problems
I had one earlier today.. But still, thanks Patrick
Oh no, it’s just that this guy was a (real) dick. I had never complained
about a teacher before, but this guy had a pretty questionable record; he
told us that about 70% of his students dropped out from his class and that
from the remaining 30%, only 40% of them passed. I mean, I understand some
teachers want to express that whatever they teach isn’t easy, but I’m
positive I can call this guy a dick without being unjustified.
I failed this class last semester. Of course, my teacher didn’t make it
seem so easy, it was all about subsets and hyper planes and counting and
inverse matrices that represented unimaginable geometric figures. This
stuff is so easy though. I can’t but wonder why some people try and be
dicks when explaining this.
seriously you make me want to bunch a baby in the throat
Will you do a video explaining convolution please? I would greatly
appreciate it!! Thanks!
thanks for this excellent technical aid, I surely send some moneys to my
friend Patrick. Thanks Patrick, you are the best of the west and of the
Thankyou so much! That was really well explained!!
your teaching is perfect
Will you ever do discrete math videos in the future? 🙂
i really like this channel. it helps me remember concepts that i have long
why must you go so fast?
Bro I just want to say I have watched a few of your videos and honestly
they are really good, I now am going to take the time out to LIKE them
thank you!! In a few Days I would like to post a video response about a
difficult LP sum. Thank you
there is a faster way than doing the graphs
i love your handwriting. and nice tutorial. loved it!
patrick … the future is yours.
your videos have a tendency to be posted at the exactly perfect time, i
have a midterm on this in 2 days. THANK YOU
I’ve tutored at a college and this is one of the subjects the students were
learning. I loved helping them out with this and it was my first experience
with Excel’s solver. Btw I’ve tutored many, many students and I often
recommend your videos. Keep up the great work Patrick!
what rule rules out any other point along the triangle formed by the shaded
area being the maximum? and i think its better to just use use the slope
intercept form when deciding what to shade, that will leave you a y> (shade
above) or y< (shade below), some thing but much easier to see i think
I recommend him too when I tutor xD
Just started learning this in class. It’s really easy. Although, I do
prefer the rolling ruler method it just makes things quicker, especially
when you have a lot of constraints.
you are great, thank you for this free resource.
Absolutely brilliant mate, I needed this for my homework 🙂 thanks
I farted during this video. 🙂
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