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I am working on a problem that reads the following An objective function and a system of linear inequalities representing contraints are given.

Objective funtion Z=4x+4y

contraints are

x≤5

y≥3

2x-y≥-3

I know what points to graph the first two, I am having a hard time on what needs to be done with the 2x-y≥-3.

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