Nine Exercises
Identifying INDICATOR ROWS

Nine SIMPLEX TABLEAUS are shown. Remember that for standard problems, the indicator row is the bottom row, and for many (but not all) non-standard problems, the indicator row is NOT the bottom row. You may want to review the idea of INDICATOR ROWS for either standard or non-standard problems. For each tableau, decide which row is the indicator row before you move the mouse.

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 [1] Click on the button below (1, 2, or 3) which names the indicator row, or if the tableau has no indicator row, click on the FINAL TABLEAU button.

Name the indicator row

 [2] Click on the button below (1, 2, or 3) which names the indicator row, or if the tableau has no indicator row, click on the FINAL TABLEAU button.

Name the indicator row

 [3] Click on the button below (1, 2, or 3) which names the indicator row, or if the tableau has no indicator row, click on the FINAL TABLEAU button.

Name the indicator row

 [4] Click on the button below (1, 2, or 3) which names the indicator row, or if the tableau has no indicator row, click on the FINAL TABLEAU button.

Name the indicator row

 [5] Click on the button below (1, 2, or 3) which names the indicator row, or if the tableau has no indicator row, click on the FINAL TABLEAU button.

Name the indicator row

 [6] Click on the button below (1, 2, or 3) which names the indicator row, or if the tableau has no indicator row, click on the FINAL TABLEAU button.

Name the indicator row

 [7] Click on the button below (1, 2, or 3) which names the indicator row, or if the tableau has no indicator row, click on the FINAL TABLEAU button.

Name the indicator row

 [8] Click on the button below (1, 2, or 3) which names the indicator row, or if the tableau has no indicator row, click on the FINAL TABLEAU button.

Name the indicator row