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    Use the geometric method of linear programming to maximize the objective function f(x,y)=3x-6y subject to the constraints.
    x>= 1
    x-y<= 3
    2x+y>= 6
    2x+y<= 8

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    Please see the attachment for the graph of the feasible region. Move the line 3x-6y=0 downward to ...

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    This shows how to maximize an objective function with given constraints. The vectors to maximize objective functions are analyzed for linear algebra.

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