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 Assume that the production of 1 unit of magnesium requires 0.4 units of magnesium and 0.4 units of aluminum, and that the production of 1 unit of aluminum requires 0.2 units of magnesium and 0.7 units of aluminum.

Find the production schedule that satisfies an external demand for 30 units of magnesium and 90 units of aluminum.

Assume that the production of 1 unit of magnesium requires 0.4 units
of magnesium and 0.4 units of aluminum, and that the production of 1 unit of aiuminum requires 0.2 units of magnesium and 0.7 units of aluminum
Find the production schedule that satisfies an external demand for 30 units of magnesium and 90 units of aluminum.
X =
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Transcribed Image Text:Assume that the production of 1 unit of magnesium requires 0.4 units of magnesium and 0.4 units of aluminum, and that the production of 1 unit of aiuminum requires 0.2 units of magnesium and 0.7 units of aluminum Find the production schedule that satisfies an external demand for 30 units of magnesium and 90 units of aluminum. X =
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