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Express the objective function of the following linear programming problem in terms of non-basic variables and hence evaluate the initial basic feasible solution.

Minimize.Z=4x_1+x_2
Subject to:
3x_1+x_2=3
4x_1+3x_2≥6
x_1+2x_2=≤4
x_1,x_2≥0

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