LINEAR PROGRAMMING, Operation Research

SOLVE THE FOLLOWING LP USING SIMPLE METHOD MAXIMIZE Z=3X1+2X2
SUBJECT TO CONSTRAINT
X1+X2<=4
X1-X2<=2
X1,X2>=0
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