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A doctor prescribed 2 types of vitamin tablets, T_{1} and T_{2} for Mr. Dhawan. The tablet T_{1} contains 400 units of vitamin and T_{2} contains 250 units of vitamin. If his requirement of vitamin is at least 4000 units, then the inequation for his requirement will be ______
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Solution
400x + 250y ≥ 4000
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