Sketch the feasible region, Mathematics

Sketch the feasible region for the following set of constraints:

3y - 2x  ≥ 0
y + 8x  ≤  53
y - 2x  ≤  2
x  ≥ 3.

Then find the maximum and minimum values of the objective function z = 5x + 2y.

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