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Joey is buying plants for his garden. He wants to have at least twice as many flowering plants as nonflowering plants and a minimum of 36 plants in his garden. Flowering plants sell for $8, and nonflowering plants sell for $5. Joey wants to purchase a combination of plants that minimizes cost. Let x represent the number of flowering plants and y represent the number of nonflowering plants. What are the vertices of the feasible region for this problem? (0, 0), (0, 36), (24, 12) (0, 36), (24, 12) (0, 36), (24, 12), (36, 0) (24, 12), (36, 0)

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  1. radar
    • one year ago
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    You provided cost informartion, then provided solutions regarding area. Please rephrase the problem in a suitable context.

  2. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    this is all of the info and question format i was provided.

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