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BLOSSOMS - Optimizing Your Diet: What Linear Programming Can Tell You!

In this video lesson, students will learn about linear programming and will solve a linear programming problem using the graphical method. Its focus is on the famous "Stigler's diet" problem posed by the 1982 Nobel Laureate in economics, George Stigler.

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