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My boss asked me to come up with a presentation that recommends how many hires she would need to support our tests. I have data that shows the number of tests per day. Assuming one worker per test, how could I recommend the minimum number of workers needed to ensure we have enough for a given day with X probability that the number of tests wont go over the number of employees? I remember doing problems like this in my Linear optimization class, but I cannot for the life of me remember what the technique or class of problems was called.

Thanks!

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You may have other business-related constraints that you know better. So, I just give you two suggestions about the type of problems you can look into: 1) Assignment Problem 2) Nurse Scheduling Problem

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