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For the linear program

Max 2A + 7B

s.t.

A + B greater than or equal to 12

2A + 2 B less than or equal too 26

B greater than or equal to 1

A, B greater than or equal to

Which of the following would be found in the correct standard form?

A. YES
B. NO

A + B - S1 = 12
2A + 2B - S2 = 26
2A + 2B + S2 = 12
A - S3 = 1
B - S3 = 1
2A + 2B + S2 = 26

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