Linear Programming - The Graphical Method

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Solve the linear programming programming by graphing and then determining which vertex minimizes the objective function G=4x+3y .

{5x+15y≥15
{5x+5y≥35
{x≥0
{y≥0
x =
y =
What is the minimum value? G=

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