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What role does the feasible region play in identifying the best solutions, and how does it differ between maximizing and minimization issues in linear programming?

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since role has been answered numerous times. I will answer your last question how the feasible region differs in maximization and minimization. Lets first tackle the feasible region in maximization, If you're going to look back in graphical representation you'll see that the feasible region is located in the bottom part or inside the cobstrains right ?. So the explanation is this, since we want to maximized the profit of our variable, the feasible region tends to go upwards,but because of the presence of constrains it limits our optimal solution. Thats why the feasible region is blocked to go upwards and the region inside our constrains is the only possible option for us to use to solve for optimal solution to get our objective function (O.F max z). For the minimization as we go look back to the graph presented in our linear programming video. We can see that the feasible region is outside the constrains. it is because our Optimal solution tends to go downwards, rather we can say that it is from higher value down to lowest possible value. and again because of the constrains our determination to strive for lowest possible value is blocked giving us limitations. that's why our feasible region is outside. and from that we can now calculate our optimal solution (min E.). Hope it make sense and give answer to your question thanks.

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It guides you to find the best optimal solutions, it also differs because maximizing is finding the highest value in contrast minimization is finding the lovest value..

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I think the feasible region helps to identify the range of possible solutions and guides the search for the optimal solution :))


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feasible region show all possible solution to a problem, it give a individual a limitation to a specific constraint that will interact.

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the feasible region help you to identify where or what the optimal solution is.

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Satisfy the problem's constraints.

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Feasible region in linear programming defines the set of valid solutions within the constraints, aiding in identifying the optimal solution

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It generates optimal solutions while satisfying the constraints of the problem.

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It creates optimal solutions whereas it satisfy the constrains in problem 

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 I think the feasible region help you to identify where the optimal solution is. 

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I think a feasible region, search space, or solution space is the set of all possible points.


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The feasible region helps to determine which variables may be raised or lowered to enhance the objective function value while remaining within the limitations as the simplex technique or other optimization methods are employed.

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The set of viable options inside the feasible region is what linear programming looks for when finding the best solution. Its features are the same for both maximizing and minimizing problems, with the best solution in each case being at a vertex.

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satisfy the constraints and help you to identify where or what the optimal solution is.

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