Wednesday
December 17, 2014

Homework Help: Mathematics

Posted by Steve on Friday, December 27, 2013 at 5:07pm.

Suppose a, b, c are nonnegative numbers, and 3a + 2b + c = 5, 2a + b − 3c = 1. Find the Maximum value of S = 3a + b − 7c.

Answer this Question

First Name:
School Subject:
Answer:

Related Questions

mathematics - x,y and z are complex numbers that satisfy the equations x+y+z=2, ...
Algebra - Given that xy = 3/2 and both x and y are nonnegative real numbers, ...
Math (Absolute Value Inequality) - Find the maximum value of a such that the ...
Math (Absolute Value Inequality) - Find the maximum value of a such that the ...
Mathematics - Let x,y,z be non-negative real numbers satisfying the condition x+...
Math - We first note how the polynomial in the previous exercise can be written ...
math - If true, prove. If false, provide just a counterexample: a. For every ...
maths - As x,y,z ranges over all possible real numbers, what is the minimum ...
maths - x,y and z are positive reals. What is the maximum value of ((x+y+z)^3&#...
college Algebra - so i am suppose to to find the max value attained by… g(x) = -...

Search
Members