|Oct29-08, 10:49 AM||#1|
Why is this question for linear programming model?
I see only one variable there. Could you help me with it?
The answer involves several variables. How shall I solve it?
|Oct30-08, 12:30 AM||#2|
Maybe I'm missing the point, too, but the only variable I see is how many lawyers to hire. From the data of the problem, the firm will need at least three lawyers, but not more than five. From the problem statement, I infer that they will hire all of the lawyers at one time, so there don't seem to be any complications like hiring a certain number of lawyers in a given month. Can you ask your professor to clarify this problem?
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