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It's under the single objective optimization problem

I dont get you

Why? is the question not clear?

Can anyone help me?

I need the steps o solve the problem

isn't the f(x) result a single number or a coordinate point (x,y)?

yes, I think... it is a single number result based on the inputs (x1, x2)

you mean the final number will be the intersetion between the two lines?

|dw:1348759891533:dw|

the constraint regionis the shaded part on the right?

so do I just guess some points for f(x) to get the smallest number that fits in the shaded area?

Is this for an engineering class? Or straight math?

engineering class

I found a PDF handout from a Purdue site online a bit ago... had to teach myself this stuff too :)
It's attached if you want it for reference... it's more broad than just this one question, but it might be helpful.

but it's taken a week to go from like 60 to 64

What is the actual question on that one? Is it minimize f(x)?

yes minimize

yeah sorry the first is f1(x) and the other is f2(x)

Are you supposed to minimize each one individually? Or somehow deal with them both together?

ok.. thanks for your help... appreciate your time :)

It was interesting... makes me wish I had taken this class :) Good luck!

Thank you