Marginal price

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The rate at which the optimal objective value changes with respect to a perturbation of a right-hand side, like a supply, demand or capacity limit. When it exists, the marginal price is often equal to a most pessimistic dual price (e.g., consumer's marginal price is the greatest dual price, which reflects what another unit of demand would cost to satisfy).


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