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The Admissions Office at Tech wants to determine how many instate and out-of-state students to accept for next fall”s entering freshman class. Tuition for an in-state student is $7600 per year while out-of-state tuition is $22,500 per year. A total of 12,800 in-state and 8100 out-of-state freshman have applied for next fall, and Tech does not want to accept more than 3500 students. However, since Tech is a state institution, the state mandates that it can accept no more than 40% out-of-state students. From past experience the admissions office knows that 12% of in-state students and 24% of out-of-state students will drop out during their first year. Tech wants to maximize total tuition while limiting the total attrition to 600 first-year students.
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