Easy . Problems and Hard Problems. We can say that easy problem ( or in some languages polynomial problems) are those problems with their solution time proportional to . n. k. . Where n is the number of variables in the problem, and k is a constant, say 2, 3, 4 … Let’s assume that . ID: 756527

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## Integer Programming Computationally speaking, we can partition problems into two categories.

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