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Hi,

I am not sure how to solve the following high school algebra problem.

As shown in the attached file, I have plotted the first three equations, but I don't know what to do with the fourth equation.

Find the minimum and maximum values of the objective quantity.

2X + Y ≤ -8

3X - 2Y ≥ -5

X - 3Y ≤ 10

f(X, Y)= 10X - 8Y

1. What are we trying to achieve in this problem?

2. How do I plot the fourth equation? I am confused by the fact that the equation is different than the other three equations.

Thanks.

I am not sure how to solve the following high school algebra problem.

As shown in the attached file, I have plotted the first three equations, but I don't know what to do with the fourth equation.

Find the minimum and maximum values of the objective quantity.

2X + Y ≤ -8

3X - 2Y ≥ -5

X - 3Y ≤ 10

f(X, Y)= 10X - 8Y

1. What are we trying to achieve in this problem?

2. How do I plot the fourth equation? I am confused by the fact that the equation is different than the other three equations.

Thanks.