Professor: Donald Wittman
Prerequisites: Intermediate Microeconomics Theory
Grade Received: B+
UCSC Class Description
“The scientific study of management decision making. Topics include linear, integer, and non-linear programming. Special emphasis on a wide variety of practical applications, including production scheduling, optimal transportation assignments, and optimal inventory policy.”
The Work I Did
In this class I used the intermediate microeconomic theory I learned priorly to translate real economic problems faced by industries and government today into mathematical formulae. I put the formulae into the a mathlab program called ‘Lingo’. Once places in lingo I received numerical results I analyzed in an economical way. I completed all homework sets, 2 midterms, and one final.
Here are examples of what kinds of questions I solved: