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Consider the following objective function for a linear programming model a

Consider the following objective function for a linear programming model:

(a) Draw a graph that shows the corresponding objective function lines for Z = 6, Z = 12, and Z = 18.

(b) Find the slope-intercept form of the equation for each of these three objective function lines. Compare the slope for these three lines. Also compare the intercept with the x2 axis.

(a) Draw a graph that shows the corresponding objective function lines for Z = 6, Z = 12, and Z = 18.

(b) Find the slope-intercept form of the equation for each of these three objective function lines. Compare the slope for these three lines. Also compare the intercept with the x2 axis.

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