Posted by **Roman** on Tuesday, April 16, 2013 at 1:27am.

maximize p=6x+10y

minimize p=14x+9y

use elimination to solve:

4x+5y=41

7x+5y=53

-4x-y=-16

-4x-5y=-32

2x-4=8

x+2y=9

9x-5x=13

4x-6y=2

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