#### Question

If the constraints in a linear programming problem are changed

(a) the problem is to be re-evaluated

(b) solution is not defined

(c) the objective function has to be modified

(d) the change in constraints is ignored

#### Solution

(a) the problem is to be re-evaluated

The optimisation of the objective function of a LPP is governed by the constraints.

Therefore, if the constraints in a linear programming problem are changed, then the problem needs to be re-evaluated.

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Solution If the Constraints in a Linear Programming Problem Are Changed (A) the Problem is to Be Re-evaluated (B) Solution is Not Defined (C) the Objective Function Has to Be Modified Concept: Introduction of Linear Programming.