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maximize the objective function 110x+170y, subject to the constraints. x+2y≤240 30x+20y≥240 x≤40 x≥0 y≥0

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    you need to draw it on a piece of graph paper

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    i need to find the maximum value of the function and the vlaue of x and y

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    Are you sure 0 <= x <= 40?

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    yes

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    if you sketch the lines x +2y = 240, 30x + 20y = 240 and the vertical line x =0 and x = 40, and determine the region for x +2y <= 240, 30x + 20y >= 240, x<= 40, x>= 0, you will know your region of integration

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    i dont get it

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    do you have any calculus book with you?

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    i do, but its not asking me to graph anything

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    To find the local extremum of f in the interior of the region, you use second derivative test for function of two variables To get the extremum on the boundary of the region, you use Lagrange multiplier method

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