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5.7: Applications of Systems of Inequalities

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Constraint

A constraint is a limitation.

Feasible region

The feasible region is the inner region within a set of four inequalities on a graph.

Linear Programming

Linear programming uses the vertices of the feasible region (the area of overlap between multiple inequalities) to determine a maximum or minimum value.

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