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  • 5 years ago

The set of constraints an profit formula for a linear programming problem are as follows x+3y

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  1. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    \[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

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    constraints are not clear

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

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    • 5 years ago
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    right in words

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

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

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

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