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PLEASE HELP :( A city wants to plant maple and spruce trees to absorb carbon dioxide. It had $2100 to spend on planting spruce and maple trees. The city has $45,000 ft2 available for planting. Planting cost: 30$(Spruce)... 40$(Maple) Area required: 600ft^2(Spruce)... 900ft^2(Maple) Carbon Dioxide Absorption: 650lb/yr(Spruce)... 300lb/yr(Maple) A)Use the data from the table^^. Write the constraints for the situation. B)Write the objective function. C)Graph the feasible region and find the verticles. D)How many of each tree should the city plant to maxamize ca

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D)How many of each tree should the city plant to maxamize carbon dioxide absorption? Please hepl me how to do these and the steps to do them. I have tried to do this problem so many times.
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