Instructor: Leon Vaserstein (Dr.V) :  http://www.math.psu.edu/vstein.
Webpage for class: http://www.math.psu.edu/vstein/teaching.html
Math 484,    LINEAR PROGRAMS AND RELATED PROBLEMS

MWF 10:10-11. 317 Boucke.
Office hours:  MWF   8-9:30 a.m.  215 McAllister Bldg
The outline is in the blue book.  For more datails, see the contents of the textbook, Chapters 1-8. 
Textbook
:     Introduction to Linear Programming,  Prentice Hall, 2003.
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We have a quiz and/or  a homework graded every week, about 20 pts a week.
Three midterms in class are given,   50 pts each. Extra pts are given for work in class.
To get A, one has to get at least 90% of the sum of maximal scores.
Here are lower limits for other grades:
A- 86 2/3 %,
B+ 83 1/3 %,
B 80 %,
B-  76 2/3 %,
C+ 73 1/3 %,
C  70%,
D 60%.
No make-ups are given for missing tests in class unless e-mail sent to
vstein@math.psu.edu before the class.
Partial credit for late homework is given.
Computers, books, notes are allowed during tests, but no joint work.
No points are given after the last class  (April 28) .
No cheating  is tolerated.