Posted by **Marilu** on Thursday, October 18, 2012 at 6:44pm.

The vertices of a feasible region are A(1,2), B(5,2), C(1,40. Write a function that satisfies each equation.

a) A is the maximum and B is the minimum.

b) C is the maximum and B is the minimum.

c) B is the maximum and A is the minimum.

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