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    Working with the Kuhn-Tucker Condition.

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    Verify that x^=(1,3) is a K_T point of the following problem.

    Min f(x,y)=(x-1.5)^2+(y-5)^2
    st.
    g1(x,y)=-x+y<=2
    g2(x,y)=2x+3y<=11
    g3(x,y)=-x<=0
    g4(x,y)=-y<=0

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    Let us denote the gradient vector of f(x,y) at x^ by Df(x^). ...

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    A Kuhn-Tucker point is verified.

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