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Problem 6.6.31

In Exercises 2936, the linear programming problem has an unusual characteristic. Sketch a graph of the solution region for the problem and describe the unusual characteristic. Find the minimum and maximum values of the objective function (if possible) and where they occur. Objective function: 32. Objective function:Constraints:

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The Discontinuities of Some Common Functions Polynomials: None. Every polynomial is continuous everywhere on (− ∞, ∞). Rational functions: Various, from 0 to many, located at the zero of the bottom of the fraction. Every discontinuity of a rational function must be either a removable discontinuity or an infinite discontinuity. It can NEVER be a jump discontinuity. How...

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