Lecture 9: Complementary Slackness
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Okay. We’ll continue on duality today. One thing though before we get started, I’ve received from a variety of sources, feedback that the homework is maybe just a little bit too much? I don’t believe – I think it’s fine, frankly, but – so the question would be – how many people would support, like, suppose we were to hold back. By the way, there’s a limit to how much we can hold back. It’s gonna be very mild. But suppose, I mean, the teaching staff, we could exercise a small amount of restraint in assigning the homework. Would there be general enthusiasm for this, or? Yes. Okay. ...
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