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In a feasible basic solution for a linear programming problem, it's not necessary for all the variables (except the objective) to be positive. A feasible basic solution is a specific assignment of values to the decision variables that satisfies both the constraints and the requirement that the number of non-zero variables is equal to the number of constraints.

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false

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False. It can possibly be 0

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false they can be also zero

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false

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