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Hi there looking for some help!

So I have a linear programming problem where there are 3 constraints. I have found at which amounts of X and Y we would find the maximum profit but now I need to calculate and interpret the shadow prices for 2 of the constraints. I am aware I just need to increase the constraint by 1 but do I then need to create another graph to find at which point we would get the maximum profit whilst satisfying the new constraints?

If this doesn't make sense please advise what info I can provide to make it simpler. Any help is greatly appreciated!

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See if this is of use first...
http://math.stackexchange.com/questi...ar-programming
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