Q. 345.0( 1 Vote )
Corner points of A. p = 2q
B. p = q/2
C. p = 3q
D. p = q
Z = px + qy
Given, minimum occours at (3, 0) and (1, 1).
For minimum to occur at two points the value of Z at both points should be same.
So, value of Z at (3, 0) = value of Z at (1, 1)
⇒ 3p = p + q
⇒ 2p = q
So, option B is correct.
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