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Insufficient information to draw the feasible region. We need constraints in the form of inequalities. These can be linear inequalities involving x or y or both. These inequalities “fence off” the feasible region and create a polygon where the vertices coords can be plugged into a maximum or minimum expression that gives maximum profit, minimum cost, etc.

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