Next Up: The High School Mathematical Contest in Modeling (HiMCM) and The Middle Mathematical Contest in Modeling (MidMCM) November 1-14, 2023
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Modeling Daylight in the Northern Hemisphere This module uses sinusoidal functions to model the amount of daylight at locations in the northern hemisphere. Mathematical tools include sinusoidal functions, radian measure, rates of change, and piecewise functions. Click here to learn more.
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