Multiple inequalities

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Homework Statement


I for some reason can't seem do become sure of this.
There are 2 variables x and y. And two constants, a and c, which are both positive.

Homework Equations


x+2y ≤ (3/4)*(a^2/c)
x + 2y < a

The Attempt at a Solution


Does this mean that: (3/4)*(a^2/c) < a ?

Mons
 

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Homework Statement


I for some reason can't seem do become sure of this.
There are 2 variables x and y. And two constants, a and c, which are both positive.

Homework Equations


x+2y ≤ (3/4)*(a^2/c)
x + 2y < a

The Attempt at a Solution


Does this mean that: (3/4)*(a^2/c) < a ?

Mons
Please give a complete statement of the problem which you're trying to solve.
 
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Homework Statement


I for some reason can't seem do become sure of this.
There are 2 variables x and y. And two constants, a and c, which are both positive.

Homework Equations


x+2y ≤ (3/4)*(a^2/c)
x + 2y < a

The Attempt at a Solution


Does this mean that: (3/4)*(a^2/c) < a ?

Mons
Do the inequalities ##A \leq 200## and ##A < 100## imply ##200 < 100?##
 
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@monsmatglad, please check your Inbox. I explained why the inequality isn't necessarily true, based on the info you provided in your earlier thread.
 

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