|Feb2-13, 09:47 PM||#1|
Not Understanding Constraints
I have no idea what constraints are, nor do I understand why they are important.
I get where the constraints in these two examples come from, but not why they're significant.
These seem to be relationships between variables, and not much of a "constraint" in the sense I know the word.
Can someone give a quick definition or some insight into this?
|Feb3-13, 12:22 AM||#2|
I'm pretty sure you would be able to tell why these constraints were important.
So which ones do you have trouble with?
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