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Is maximization in linear programming about finding the highest value of an objective function?

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Maximization is about maximizing the objective function 

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Yes, the value should not be higher than the objective, to satisfy the maximization model.



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Finding the highest feasible value of an objective function while adhering to a set of linear constraints is known as maximizing in linear programming.

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In linear programming, maximization refers to the process of finding the highest possible value of an objective function while satisfying a set of linear constraints

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