1)Set the unknowns as the variables.

2)Determine the objective function.

3)Write the constraints.

4)Convert to a system of equations with slack variables.

5)Write the Initial Simplex Tableau

6)Find the pivot column-Most negative entry in the last row-If there is a tie, use the column furthest to the left

7)Find the pivot row-Smallest nonnegative ratio of constants to pivot column entries.-If there is no nonnegative ratio, then there is no maximum.-If there is a tie, use the row closest to the top.

8)Pivot

9)Repeat until all entries in last row are nonnegative.-If there is a 0 in the bottom row of a non-basic variable, then another solution can be found using this column as another pivot column.

10)Read the solution

Does this help?

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Also, what is b0? Do you mean to use b? You don't seem to have it declared anywhere. I hope you figure it out; I always like a good mod inverse :)

**EDIT:** Wow, I have no idea how I missed that you already had that Local definition at the top, sorry!

Don't reply to old threads (the last post is more than three months old); start a new thread instead.

Also, SnowBot doesn't have a 31 at the end of his username, it is the day for the post of January 31^{st}, 2020.

It sometimes workes, but 99% of the time it doesn´t.

It won´t even work with just 2 or 3 variables in the solve command.

I feel you SnowBot31

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