Linear Programming, also known as linear optimization, is a mathematical technique for maximizing or minimizing a linear function of several variables, such as output or cost. In other words, it has real business implications, such as profits and losses (aka "profit model"). There's a big graphing component, specifically, graphing what's called the "feasible region." We also cover solutions for systems of equations, which are the intersection points. YAY MATH!
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