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The table below shows the number of hours required in each of two departments to make one unit of various products A, B and C. For example, product B requires 1 hour of time in department I and 3 hours in department II.
HOURS REQUIRED PER UNIT OF PRODUCT
DEPARTMENT 1
A=1
B=1
C=9
DEPARTMENT 2
A=1
B=3
C=7
Find the number of units of A, B, and C which could be made if department I has 75 hours available and Department II has 65 hours available. It is necessary that all of the available hours be used.

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