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Abstract :
In this paper we propose a mathematical model to analyze and solve the problems of
multiple rsolutions opposing the intgration of all the objectives once instead of traditional
methods single goal, Has been applied to this model in favor of a public economic enterprises
for the production of zinc to enable them to plan the optimal production mix in light of many
of the objectives and constraints.
Key words: Making multiple objectives, Goal programming model, Production
planning.

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