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    b

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    How ? i think it should be (c) 2

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    am not too sure but optimal solution is the solution which gives the max value. So there will be only one such case wherein you will get a max value of z for value of x and y

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    I solved the problem and i got 5/2 twice, plz can any one verify if i m right ?

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    sure lemme work it out

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    which method did u use. grpahical,simplex, big M or two phase

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    graphical

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    ok let me check

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    lot's of people are seeing this problem, is any one solving ?

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    i am

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    did u get the values of x and y as 5/2

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    both as 5/2 ?

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    nikhil

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    yes.

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