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# For the inequalities above, what is the maximum possible value of P +

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Re: For the inequalities above, what is the maximum possible value of P + [#permalink]
Since R and S are +ve, maximize R and S.
P and Q is either zero or negative, thus use value closer to zero or zero itself

thus
-1(P) + 0(Q) + 1(R) + 2(S)
=2
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