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Using the simplex method, solve the following linear programming problem:

Maximize: P= 5x+2y
Subject to: 4x+3y < or equal to 30
2x-3y < or equal to 6
x > or equal to 0, y > or equal to 0.

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    maximize 5x+3y subject to x+ysubject to x +y ≤ 4

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