## Provide typical mathematical model of the selected problem and clearly explain different aspects of the model (e.g. decision variable, objective function, constraints, etc.)

Required to come up with your own example for a ‘Travelling Salesman problem’. Provide typical mathematical model of the selected problem and clearly explain different aspects of the model (e.g. decision variable, objective function, constraints, etc.)Solving an Example: Develop a mathematical model for a workable and reasonable size of the problem. – For many typical problems, when size of the problem increases, it becomes NP-Hard. In other words, your computer will not be able to solve it mathematically. Therefore, ‘workable and reasonable size’ here means that size of the selected problem should not be too small or too large. • Solve the problem in Excel and transfer your solution to Word. It is required that the details and steps of getting the solution are provided in the Word document

### Create a three-column chart in which the first column lists non management skills you have.

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### What is your reaction when faced with stressful or time-pressured situations

When faced with stressful or time-pressured situations: 1. I use effective time-management methods such as keeping track of my time, making to-do lists, and prioritizing tasks. 2. I reaffirm my….

### Develop creative and innovative solutions to problems.

When faced with a complex or difficult problem that does not have an easy solution: 1.. I define a problem in multiple ways. I don’t limit myself to just one….