This is a set of lecture notes for Penn State's undergraduate Linear Programming course.
The lecture notes are (roughly) based on the first 6 chapters of Bazaraa et al.'s Linear Programming and Network Flows book. This is a reasonably good book, written primarily by and for Industrial Engineers. However, it does not present major results in the standard theorem-proof style common to mathematical discourse. This set of notes corrects this situation by presenting the material in a format for presentation to a mathematics class.