Use this linear programming calculator to find the optimal solution for your resource allocation problems quickly and efficiently.

## Linear Programming Calculator

This calculator helps you find the optimal solution to a linear programming problem. Simply enter your objective function and constraints.

### How to Use It

1. In the Objective Function field, enter your linear function, such as “3x + 2y”.

2. In the Constraints field, enter your constraints, separated by semi-colons, such as “2x + y <= 10; x + 3y >= 5″.

3. Click the Calculate button to see the results.

### How It Calculates Results

The calculator parses the coefficients of x and y from the objective function. Then, it parses each constraint and their respective coefficients and values. It simulates the handling of linear inequalities but does not solve them. Instead, it outputs the inserted equation for demonstration purposes.

### Limitations

This calculator is a demonstration and does not perform actual linear programming problem-solving calculations. It does not account for the simplex algorithm or any advanced methods necessary to find the true optimal solution to a system of inequalities. The “Calculate” button will only reflect back a portion of the inputted data in the format of the objective function, without solving the system.