Find the coordinates of the ordered pair where the maximum value occurs for the equation P = 2x + 5y, given these constraints:
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- amistre64

byu eh......

- anonymous

please help me..

- amistre64

i will if i can.... but i gotta warn ya, i am just an idiot in disguise ;)

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- amistre64

it looks familiar, can you give me what you think we should do with this?

- amistre64

alg...sounds like algebra right?

- amistre64

we are looking for a maximum value for the coordinates given each constraint collectively or individually?

- anonymous

thats all it says

- amistre64

these constraints give us areas of the graph, they are bounded I believe by the lines of the inequalities

- anonymous

do you want me to send you alink with the answer choices?

- amistre64

that could help me understand where to go with this yeah :)

- anonymous

(3, 3)
(1, 5)
(0, 4)
(2, 3)

- amistre64

ok, so it is looking for a single point.... that helps. These 4 other inequalities are going to form boundaries that limit the domain and range of the original function....

- anonymous

I Know this is weird but if you are good at maths I would pay you $$ to finish my course. I have no idea how to do geometry and my teachers wont help me and my mom doesnt know anything aboout it either

- amistre64

as much as id love to take you up on that offer, I would have to respectfully decline it.

- anonymous

ok :(

- anonymous

can i finish getting help with this though?

- amistre64

yep.... as long as I can figure it out... I am getting a picture drawn to determine the outcomes :)

- anonymous

thank you, you are a very nice person

- amistre64

if I did it right, youre answer is (1,5)

- amistre64

(3,3) was out of bounds, and the highest value for the other that were in bounds was 27 as (1,5). so that is my best guess ;)

- anonymous

thank you so much

- amistre64

youre welcome, good luck with your stuff :)

- amistre64

hold up, let me redo some calculation there, I might be wrong....

- amistre64

the answer is (0,4)

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