Yep, that's what I got.
Soroban, I just ran this through the Linear Programming solver in Maple and it gave me (0,0) as the minimum. I looked right past the origin.
Looks like the list of answers is omitting the correct minimum. That's why you're the man and I'm just a dogface .
Good 'ketch' .
As Soroban noted, the minimum value is 0, not on the list. So there is a typo. From this linear programming solver, which you can use to both solve the problem or check your work, the maximum value is 165, answer a.Originally Posted by kwtolley
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