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# It's a Macroeconomics question. Kazumi is taking three courses this semester and wants to maximize her...

It's a Macroeconomics question.

Kazumi is taking three courses this semester and wants to maximize her GPA. She has 48 hours left to study for her finals. Let E, M, and V denote the number of hours she dedicates to studying for her Economics, Mathematics, and Corporate Valuation exams and S denote the amount of sleep she gets. Her performance, and thus her GPA, is a function of all the time she spends studying and the amount of sleep she gets (GP A = f(E, M, V, S)). Formally state her maximization problem (there is nothing to solve).

Kazumi is taking three courses this semester and wants to maximize her GPA. She has 48 hours left to study for her finals.

Let E, M, and V denote the number of hours she dedicates to studying for her Economics, Mathematics, and Corporate Valuation exams and S denote the amount of sleep she gets. Her performance, and thus her GPA, is a function of all the time she spends studying and the amount of sleep she gets. Thus,

GPA = f(E, M, V, S)

Now if we want to maximize the GPA, We can write the maximization problem as-

Maximize : GPA = E + M + V + S

Subject to: E+M+V+S <or= 48

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