# college

posted by .

Maximize P = x + 16y - z
subject to 2x + y + z 14
4x + 2y + 3z 28
2x + 5y + 5z 30
x 0, y 0, z 0

• algebra, but nonsense -

"College" is not the subject of your question. It is algebra.

Did you omit some = signs in lines 2, 3 and 4? If those are three equations, together they determine the values of x, y and z. There can only be one value for P.

The last line
x 0, y 0, z 0
makes no sense; why is it there?

## Similar Questions

1. ### Economics

Hi guys I need a hand please!! Whatever you can share would be helpful!! Thank you so much! Here is the question below: ‘Consumers maximize utility subject to a budget constraint. Firms maximize output subject to a cost constraint’. …
2. ### College Algebra

Maximize the objective function C = 4x + 5y with the constraints x + y 5, x + 2y 6, x 0, y 0. Your constraints don't make sense. They need to be equations. Are you leaving out "=" signs?
3. ### Finite Math

Find the value(s) of the function, subject to the system of inequalities. Find the maximum and minimum of P = 10x - 16y subject to: 0 ¡Ü x ¡Ü 5, 0 ¡Ü y ¡Ü 8, 4x + 5y ¡Ü 30, and 4x + 3y ¡Ü 20 50, 0 -96, 0 -67.5, -96 50, …
4. ### math help urgent

what di di do wrong in this??? the question is: x-8y=18 -16x+16y=-8 i did : first multiplied the first equation with 2 then 2x-16y=36 -16+16y=-8 ----------- -14x=28 x=28/-14 x=-2 now x-8y=18 (-2)-8y=18 -8y=18+2 -8y=20 y=20/-8 y= 2.5
5. ### college

Maximize z=16x + 8y subject to: 2x + y<30 x +2y<24 x>0 y>0
6. ### college math

Maximize z=16x + 8y subject to: 2x + y<30 x +2y<24 x>0 y>0
7. ### algebra

What are the factors of the following trinomial?
8. ### Math I really need help!

Multiply and simplify by factoring. Assumem that all expressions under radicals represent nonnegative numbers. ∛(y^13) ∛(16y^14) ∛y^13 x 16y^14 ∛16y^27 Am I even close here?
9. ### Math - PreCalc (12th Grade)

Which rectangular equation corresponds to these parametric equations?
10. ### School

What is the best description of an advanced placement course?

More Similar Questions