## anonymous 5 years ago The set of constraints an profit formula for a linear programming problem are as follows x+3y

1. anonymous

\[x+2y \xi 8 , 3x +2y \xi 12 , x to the 3rd 0 y to the 3rd 0 P = 5x + 4y draw the graph of the constraints and determine the vertices of the feasible region use the vertices to dermine the max and min profit

2. anonymous

constraints are not clear

3. anonymous

i cant find the right symbol to punch for the problem it looks like the british pound sign

4. anonymous

right in words

5. anonymous

x +2y £ 8 3x + 2y £ 12 x to the 3rd 0 y to the 3rd 0 p = 5x +4y

6. anonymous

m sorry, didnt get it yet :(...constraints are inequalities?

7. anonymous

not sure i don't get to understand the question myself