What I learned by solving LPP in Mathematics?

What I learned by solving LPP in Mathematics?

When I was in 10th class there was a chapter on LPP (Linear Programming Problems) in Mathematics.
Upon a little pondering you can derive the most important lessons of life.
LPP problems are based on the principle of optimization or maximization.

-Why we need to optimize?

CONSTRAINTS!

There shall be some CONSTRAINTS (“SOMETHING” requires to be greater than or less than a particular value).
What we do is to find the area geometrically where the above constraints shall be met.
As we used to deal with “LINEAR “programming problems so, constraints given to us were in the form of: 2x+y greater than or equal to 10 and such 2 other equations were provided.
The solution was THE AREA FORMED BY THE INTERSECTION OF THESE CONSTAINTS (a triangle).
So, as long as there the values lie within the TRAINGLE; results obtained were optimized.

So, what you need to do in life is to OPTIMIZE YOUR PERFORMANCE IN ALL ASPECTS OF YOUR LIFE by identifying your constraints in life and striking a balance.

-LPP in Life

Time is the one of the most important constraint.
YOUR EFFICIENCY IN ANY ASPECT OF YOUR LIFE SHALL NEVER BE 100%.
So, you need to optimize your life.
Let the most important aspects of your life be HAPPINESS, HEALTH, DREAMS, MONEY and RELATIONSHIPS.

Your efficiency cannot be 100% in any of the above.
So, you need to strike a balance.
You can do so by having “time” EACH DAY for each of the following aspects in order of priority.
More time for aspects you give more weightage to.

With Great Love,

Er. Amit Yadav
http://www.stayfoolish.in

Life is easy…☺

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