Since the inequalities are <= then solve them all as equalities: you would have 17 variables and 17 linear equations, so provided there is no redundancy you would be able to get exact solutions.
If you were to ask the Symbolic Toolbox to solve the inequalities, it would either fail or else it would choose a specific value that is somehow representative. For example if for one variable the potential solutions ranged from 1/10 to 1 1/4 then the Symbolic Toolbox might choose the representative value 1 . In a previous posting, I cataloged the rules it uses to decide which specific representative value to use.
It is sometimes possible to solve for inequalities. The trick is to convert them to equalities involving an additional variable. For example x1 - x2 +x3 -x4 +4*x5 <=0 could be
assume(T1 >= 0)
x1 - x2 +x3 -x4 + 4*x5 == 0 - T1
Then you solve for the x values in terms of the T values, probably using 'returnconditions', true when you solve()