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Linear Programming: ( Just a min)

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|dw:1339145392147:dw| So the graph looks like this: ^ The shaded is the feasibility region. Dos that point count as a corner point?
|dw:1339145696344:dw| The lines that have arrows :P are the x and the y axis
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Does it continue like you shaded in the third drawing? Or is the y-axis the limit of the shaded portion?
The third drawing
Then that is not a corner point from my understanding. From that drawing you only have 1 corner point. the bottom one. Unless your actually drawing is completed up higher.
Why it's not a corner point?
Because the axis is not a place where the shaded part of your graph stops. The axis is just a reference line to let you know where 0 is.
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As you can see in the picture..the 3 points i pointed out are corner points..but where it crosses the x or y axis are not corner points that you would need to check for max/min. Make sense?
Yup it does!! Thank you so much =D
Glad to help. :-) You're welcome.

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