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  1. 1999-LongWeiss-Primer on Aerodynamic Drag

    20 Jun 2015 | Potential Scenario Ideas

    Long, Lyle N. and Harold Weiss. 1999. The Velocity Dependence of Aerodynamic Drag: A Primer for Mathematicians. The American Mathematical Monthly. 106(2):  127-135. This paper is exactly what it says it is, namely, a Primer for Mathematicians. There are ample models, data, attention to such...

  2. 1999-MarchandMcDevitt-Earthquake Induced Vibrations

    20 Jun 2015 | Potential Scenario Ideas

    Marchand, R. and T. J. McDevitt. 1999.  Learning Differential Equations by Exploring Earthquake Induced Structural Vibrations: A Case Study.  International Journal of Engineering Education. 15(6): 477-485. Article Abstract:  This paper discusses an interdisciplinary project...

  3. 1987-Greenwood-Video Study of Motion of Pendulum

    20 Jun 2015 | Potential Scenario Ideas

    Article Review and Annotation Greenwood, Margaret Stautberg. 1987.  Using videotapes to study underdamped motion of a pendulum:  a laboratory project.  American Journal of Physics. 55(7): 645-648.

  4. 1997-Shulman-Using Original Sources to Teach the Logistic Equation

    20 Jun 2015 | Potential Scenario Ideas

    Shulman, Bonnie. 1997.  Module 766 - Using Original Sources to Teach the Logistic Equation. COMAP: 163-190.  Downloaded FREE from https://www.academia.edu/4372451/Using_Original_Sources_to_Teach_the_Logistic_Equation This is the actual module. ABSTRACT:  This Module uses original...

  5. 1-027-S-StochasticProcesses

    04 Jun 2015 | Modeling Scenarios

    We build the infinite set of first order differential equations for modeling a stochastic process, the so-called birth and death equations. We will only need to use integrating factor solution strategy or DSolve in Mathematica for success.  We work to build our model of random events which...

  6. Differential Equations Taught in an Original Way - 2015 Jan 10 - JMM

    30 May 2015 | Presentations

    Application and modeling are beyond manipulation and solving in a differential equations course. We use modeling scenarios to drive the learning and to the mathematical concepts and techniques in a collegial learning community called SIMIODE - Systemic Initiative for Modeling Investigations and...

  7. Using Applications to Motivate Differential Equations - AWM Research Symposium, 11 April 2015

    30 May 2015 | Presentations

    •Motivation for this approach•Example applications•Assessment•Lessons learned - Fixing the “uh-ohs”•Discussion / Questions

  8. 1-003-S-CollegeSavings

    12 May 2015 | Modeling Scenarios

    We present a modeling opportunity for students in which they have to plan and model for saving for a child's complete college education.

  9. Spuyten Duyvil Undergraduate Mathematics Conference, 2015 April 16, Manhattan College, Bronx NY - Modeling First Teaching of Differential Equations – SIMIODE

    11 May 2015 | Presentations

    For the 10th Annual Spuyten Duyvil Undergraduate Mathematics Conference, Manhattan CollegeModeling First Teaching of Differential Equations – SIMIODE0930, 16 April 2015 Miguell Hall 207Brian Winkel, PROF Emeritus,Mathematical Sciences,United States Military AcademyWest Point NY 10996...

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