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A mathematical programming model in its traditional form consists of a linear objective, a set of linear constraints, and a set of continuous or integer decision variables. Gurobi supports a number of additional modeling constructs. In addition to linear constraints, Gurobi also supports SOS constraints, quadratic constraints, and general constraints. In addition to a single linear objective, Gurobi also supports quadratic objectives, piecewise-linear objectives, and multiple linear objectives. Consult the corresponding examples from the Gurobi distribution for simple examples of how to use each of these modeling elements.