If I have a two variable linear problem, and I convert it to standard form (adding slack and surplus variables, etc), then any solution to the constraints equation system is a vertex of the convex set of feasible solutions.
And the same holds true for a linear problem of three variables. Converting it to standard form, any solution to the equation system is a polyhedron vertex.
Is this true?
(I'm only asking for a true or false, not more articles about maths where I'd actually have to read and take the time to understand, which would take more 10000x more time than reading a "true" or a "false", thanks. I'm not a mathematician)