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Homework Help: Intermediate Algebra

Posted by Lauren on Monday, January 12, 2009 at 1:28pm.

Find the maximum value of the objective function and the values of x and y for which it occurs.
F = 5x + 2y
x + 2y (greater than or equal to) 6
2x + y (greater than or equal to) 6
Both x and y are greater than or equal to 0.


I don't understand how to do this! And I can't remember how to graph those functions. It's been a while. :-/ Any help would be GREATLY appreciated! Thank you in advance!!!

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