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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I was planning to take differential equations with Linear Algebra, but there is a conflict so I can't take both.

Finally there is a course called Introduction to Linear Programming

Also, in my Calendar, for some reason it says Mathematical Proof is optional for even Math majors...

Feels like some sort of Computer Science Major thing

Finally there is a course called Introduction to Linear Programming

In my Physics/Math Calendar, it doesn't say I have to take it, so I am wondering what is it really...Introduction to Linear Programming

Linear programming problems, dual problems, the simplex algorithm, solution of primal and dual problems, sensitivity analysis. Additional topics chosen from: Karmarkar's algorithm, non-linear programming, game theory, applications.

Also, in my Calendar, for some reason it says Mathematical Proof is optional for even Math majors...

Feels like some sort of Computer Science Major thing