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  1. Bauer and Sullivan - Brewing the Perfect Cup of Tea with Differential Equations

    18 Jan 2018 | Contributor(s):: Eric Sullivan, Jesica A Bauer

    Brewing the Perfect Cup of Tea with Differential EquationsBy Jesica Bauer and Eric Sullivan, Carroll CollegeA talk given at the AMS Special Session on Modeling in Differential Equations - High School, Two-Year College, Four-Year Institution at Joint Mathematics Meetings, San Diego CA, 9-13...

  2. 2012-Urbano-The Draining of a Plastic Bottle

    09 Oct 2017 | Contributor(s):: Brian Winkel

    2012-Urbano, Lensyl. The Draining of a Plastic Bottle: Integrating a Physics Experiment into Calculus.  Montessori Muddle. http://montessorimuddle.org/2012/05/01/the-draining-of-a-jug-integrating-a-physics-experiment-into-calculus/ . Accessed 9 October 2017.Abstract: I punched a small hole...

  3. 2000-deOliveiraEtAl- Pin-hole water flow from cylindrical bottles

    09 Oct 2017 | Contributor(s):: Brian Winkel

    de Oliveira, Paulo Murilo Castro , Antonio Delfino, Eden Vieira Costa and Carlos Alberto Faria Leite. 2000Pin-hole water flow from cylindrical bottles.  Phys. Educ. 35(2): March.  110-119. From the article, “We performed an experiment on elementary hydrodynamics. The basic...

  4. 2003-YildinMackey-LactoseOperonModeling

    08 Sep 2017 | Contributor(s):: Brian Winkel

    Yildirim, Necmettin and Michael C. Mackey. 2003.  Feedback Regulation in the Lactose Operon: A Mathematical Modeling Study and Comparison with Experimental Data. Biophysical Journal. 84:  2841–2851.    ABSTRACT A mathematical model for the regulation of induction...

  5. A Three-Fold Approach to the Heat Equation: Data, Modeling, Numerics

    13 Oct 2016 | Posted by Brian Winkel

    James Puckett and Kimberly Spayd have authored a wonderful article in the current issue of PRIMUS with full citation: Spayd, K. and J. Puckett. 2016. A Three-Fold Approach to the Heat Equation:...


  6. 2006AshlineEllis-Monaghan Modeling Water Rocket Flight

    25 Jun 2015 | Contributor(s):: Joanna Ellis-Monaghan, George Ashline

    Ashline, George and Joanna Ellis-Monaghan. 2006. HOW HIGH? HOW FAST? HOW LONG? MODELING WATER ROCKET FLIGHT WITH CALCULUS. PRIMUS: Problems, Resources, and Issues in Mathematics Undergraduate Studies, 16(2): 121-137Article Abstrct: We describe  an easy  and  fun ...

  7. 2014GroetschYost Vertical Projection in a Resisting Medium

    20 Jun 2015 | Contributor(s):: C. W. Groetsch, S. A. Yost

    Groetsch, C. W. and S. A. Yost. 2014. Vertical Projection in a Resisting Medium:  Revelations on Observations of Mersenne.  The American Mathematical Monthly. 21(6): 499-505.Article Abstract:  This article, inspired by a 17th-century woodcut, validates empirical observations of...

  8. 1994Gruszka Modeling falling balloon - experiment and analysis

    20 Jun 2015 | Contributor(s):: T. Gruszka

    Gruszka, T. 1994. A Balloon Experiment in the Classroom. The College Mathematics Journal. 25(5): 442-444.We quote from the article,“The following experiment involves a balloon, a stopwatch, and a measurement device such as a meter stick. . . .  The goals of the experiment include...

  9. 1980-Peastrel-Terminal velocity of a shuttlecock

    20 Jun 2015 | Contributor(s):: M. Peastrel, R. Lynch, A. Armenti, A. Armenti Jr.

    Peastrel, M., R. Lynch Lynch, and A.Armenti, Jr. 1980. Terminal velocity of a shuttlecock in vertical fall. American Journal of Physics. 48(7): 511-513.Article Abstract:  We have performed a straightforward vertical fall experiment for a case where the effects of air resistance are...