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Nutritionist is designing a meal for her patient. meal must include 2 vegetables, A & B, but not more than 100 g of each. Suppose that each 10-g portion of A contains 2 units of iron and 2 units of vitamin B12, and each 10-g portion of B contains 1 unit of iron and 5 units of vitamin B12. The number of calories in each 10-g portion of these vegetables is 5 for A and 3 for B. If the patient needs at least 20 units of iron and 36 units of vitamin B12 in the meal, how many grams of each vegetable should the nutritionist include to satisfy the iron & vitamin requirements while minimizing calories?

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    Help, its linear programming

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