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Soo T. Tan

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ISBN: 9781337405782

Chapter 3.3, Problem 62E

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Consider the linear programming problem

Maximize

Subject to

**a. **Sketch the feasible set

**b. **Find the corner points of

**c. **Find the values of

**d. **Show that the linear programming problem has no optimal solution. Does this contradict Theorem 2?

To determine

**a)**

**To sketch:**

The feasible set

**Given:**

The linear programming problem

Maximize

Subject to

The planar region defined by the set of linear inequalities such that each point in this planar region is the feasible solution of the problem to be maximized or minimized is the feasible solution

To determine

**(b)**

**To find:**

The corner points of

To determine

**(c)**

**To find:**

The value of

To determine

**(d)**

**To show:**

The linear programming problem has no optimal solution.

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