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Is redundancy can be a hindrance to finding a solution? Can it be a factor or not?

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Yes, redundancy in constraints can sometimes hinder finding a solution to a linear programming problem. 

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Yes

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Yes, redundancy can complicate problem-solving processes and hinder finding efficient solutions by introducing unnecessary complexities or information


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Yes

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Yes, redundancy can hinder finding a solution in Operations Research Special Cases Linear Programming, as it can introduce complexities and affect the accuracy of results.

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Yes, sometimes it is hindrance of finding the solution because too much repetition can lead to confusion and because of it, it's hard to determine the actual solution.

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Yes

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Redundancy in the context of linear programming refers to constraints that are not essential and do not affect the feasible region or the optimal solution of the problem. Redundant constraints do not add any new information or restrict the solution space beyond what other constraints already do. While redundancy itself may not be a significant hindrance to finding a solution, it can have implications for the problem-solving process

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Yes, in linear programming, redundancy may be an obstacle to finding a solution. When there are more constraints than necessary to define the feasible region, redundancy occurs.

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Can it be ignored instead?

As far as i know, redundancy is not a hindrance, you can still proceed with finding solutions if you ignore it.

But this is a great answer, you have a good point