# Given the constraint S = { (x,y) in R^2 | y >= 0, y <= 1 - x^2 }, how can I find the maximum and minimum of x + 2y when restricted to S?

• Given the constraint S = { (x,y) in R^2 | y >= 0, y <= 1 - x^2 }, how can I find the maximum and minimum of x + 2y when restricted to S?

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