Infinite math
posted by Ruslan .
use the M method to solve the following linear programming problem:
Minimize C+ 5x+10x+15x
Subject to 2x+3x+x <(or equal to) 24
x2x2x >(or equal to) 1
x,,x,x>(and equal to) 0
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