Solve the subsequent lp problem, Mathematics

Solve the subsequent LP problem graphically through enumerating the corner points.

MAX:              3X1 + 4X2

Subject to:    X1   < 12

                    X2    < 10

         4X1 +   6X2   < 72

                 X1,X2    >   0

Don't know if the graph has to be formed in excel  or Word but either format is fine. Please involve the constraints for this problem and marking the corner points as this information is kind of confusing to me.

 

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