Construct (that is, find its coefficients) a linear programming problem with at most two variables and two restrictions, for which both the primal and the dual problem has no feasible solution.
For a linear programming problem to have no feasible solution it needs to be either unbounded or just not have a feasible region at all I think. Therefore, I know how I should construct a problem if it would only have to hold for the primal problem. However, could anyone tell me how I should find one for which both the primal and dual problem have no feasible solution? Thank you in advance.