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This is clearly a basic solution of Ax = b , and it is feasible by the assumption bi 2 0 Since the starting basis is canonical, we . know the coordinates of all the vectors in this basis. 3 , we consider the right-hand side b as the last vector % = b, where M = m+n+l To describe me step of the simplex algorithn assume that the vectors %. We need this indirsct present in the current basis are %, . , Bn are changing during the steps o f . the algorithn. They can take values from 1 to m+n Similarly, we use the notation cBi for the objective function coefficient corresponding to the i-th basis variable.