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What do you call the area where all points fulfill all the constraints?

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The area where all points fulfill all the constraints is often referred to as the "feasible region" or "feasible set." In various mathematical contexts, such as optimization problems or systems of inequalities, the feasible region represents the set of all possible solutions that satisfy the given constraints. This region is defined by the intersection of the individual constraints, and any point within this region is considered a feasible solution.

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