Graphing_linear_equations

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MAT105 Graphing Linear Equations and Finding Extreme Points
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Graphical Solutions of Linear Programming Models To solve LP Models graphically, we must be able to graph the linear equations for the constraints, and Find the Extreme Points The Extreme Points are the corners of the feasible solution boundary where two constraint lines intersect The following slides illustrate how to do the above
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Graph of an Equation
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Unformatted text preview: • The graph of an equation is a drawing that represents all its solutions. • In the following slides the variables x and y are used. For our purposes, think of x as x 1 and y as x 2 Example • Equations whose graphs are straight lines are called linear. Solving Systems of Equations Graphically Solving by Substitution Solving by Elimination More on Graphing Linear Equations...
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