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The three basic steps in formulating a linear programming model are as follows:

Step-I: Identify the decision variables to be determined and express them in terms of algebraic symbol.

Step-II: Identify all the limitations or constraints in the given problem and then express them as linear inequalities in terms of above defined decision variables.

Step-III: Identify the objective which is to be optimized and express it as a linear function of the above defined decision variables.


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