Posted by **Larry** on Monday, July 7, 2008 at 8:09pm.

Maximize the objective function M=6x+3y

under the constraints

{x ¡Ý 0

y ¡Ü 5

y ¡Ü -x + 10

y ¡Ý.5x - 4}

- Alg. 2 -
**Larry**, Monday, July 7, 2008 at 8:12pm
uh oh..the symbols didn't show..the iy is suppose to be the "greater than or equal to" symbol and the iU is suppose to be "less than or equal to symbol"

also there is multiple choice for the answer..

its either

a) no maximum exists

b) (10,0)

c) (8,0)

d) (28/3, 2/3)

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