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In the graphical method, how do you know when a problem is infeasible, unbounded, or when it has multiple optimal solutions?

Give a real-world example of when you could have an infeasible problem.
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The Linear programming language is used to find the best optimization of the given scenario
or the problem. There are several methods for the solving the LPP with the help of Graphical

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