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    Optimal solution using the graphical method

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    Consider the following Linear programming model

    Maximize: Z = 3x + 2y
    Subject to:
    2x + 1y =< 60
    2x + 3y =< 120
    x, y =< 0

    Find the optimal solution using the graphical method. Identify the feasible solution area and the optimal solution on the graph.

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    Maximize: Z = 3x + 2y
    Subject to:
    2x + 1y 60
    2x + 3y 120
    x, y 0
    Find the optimal solution using the graphical ...

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    The expert examines the optimal solution for graphical methods.

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