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QUESTION 6 Step 1: Form a table which consists of variable X, Y and Z, profit, constraints I, constraints II and constraints III, then key in the digits as provided in the equation that has been formulated. Step 2: For profit, press equal (=), then type sumproduct. After that, highlight the digits (yellow box), then click comma (,), then highlight the space (green box) follow by (CONTROL + SHIFT + ENTER).
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Step 3: For constraints I, press equal (=), then type sumproduct. After that, highlight the digits (red box), then click comma (,), then highlight the space (green box) follow by (CONTROL + SHIFT + ENTER). Step 4: For constraints II, press equal (=), then type sumproduct. After that, highlight the digits (blue box), then click comma (,), then highlight the space (green box) follow by (CONTROL + SHIFT + ENTER).
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Step 5: For constraints III, press equal (=), then type sumproduct. After that, highlight the digits (purple box), then click comma (,), then highlight the space (green box) follow by (CONTROL + SHIFT + ENTER). Step 6: For Max Profit, press equal (=), then type sumproduct. After that, highlight the
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