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A unit that applies calculus and trigonometry within the topic of Mercator's World Map. The history of Mercator's map...

A unit that uses linear algebra in the topic of buffalo herd management. This module shows students how to: 1) calcul...

This unit: 1) discusses the movement of prices due to shifts in supply and demand, and price equilibrium; 2) defines ...

This module uses Poiseuille's Law to compute total flow of fluid through a pipe, sets up a moderately complicated int...

The purpose of this module is to: 1) see how a phyiscal assumption may lead to a choice of domain for a function; 2) ...

From this module students will learn how to: 1) use partial fractions to explain summation; 2) calculate relative err...

A unit that involves applications of introductory topology. The purpose of this module is for students to: 1) underst...

A unit that involves calculus in the topic of kinetics of single reactant reactions. This module: 1) describes single...

In this module equations for radioactive decay are set up and solved. The solution functions are graphed and equilibr...

The purpse of this module is to prove that pi is irrational, and to discuss the fact briefly in the context of algebr...

This module discusses some history of the approximation of pi. It also states and derives the Wallis formula for appr...

A unit applying calculus to Buffon's needle experiment. With completion of this module students will: 1) understand t...

A unit that applies calculus to physiology and psychology. This module shows how elementary calculus may be used to e...

The unit introduces Horner's scheme for evaluating polynomials, and generalizes with ease to related algorithms for c...

This unit discusses methods for finding the zeros of real valued functions of a real variable. It begins with the cla...

One of the most intriguing geometrical problems of antiquity is to trisect an angle. Although E. Galois proved around...

This module presents a problem and its solution indicating the role of the statistical t-test of significance in the ...

A unit that involves the use of random digits to simulate experiments. Students use the Monte Carlo technique to simu...

This module introduces some of the applications of multivariable calculus to utility theory. The Lagrange multiplier ...

Through the visual world of geometry, students experience probability as a tangible issue, allowing them to more easi...

Through the visual world of geometry, students experience probability as a tangible issue, allowing them to more easi...

Many interesting problems in the real world can be thought of as proximity problems. In a proximity problem you are i...

The people and the nations of the world own many resources: money, land, energy, food, oil, etc. One of the most impo...

This module describes the process by which the central nervous system responds to a stimulus, and explains how this p...

A unit that applies calculus to population growth. This module describes the mathematical assumptions that lead to th...

This unit introduces a differential equations model for the digestive processes of sheep. Students describe the diges...

This module describes how a recurrence relation for gene frequency in the nth generation is obtained, and explains th...

This module develops a formula for computing cardiac output from observations obtained by dye dilution. The developme...

In this module two problems are posed: 1) determining the effect on blood concentration levels of repeated doses of a...

A unit that involves calculus with the topic of epidemics. This module describes quantitatively how the course of an ...

For a translation of UMAP module #74 into Portuguese see product #99074 Translation. This module describes how radioa...

A unit that involves calculus and Feldman's model. With completion of this module students will be able to: 1) descri...

By the end of this module students will have learned how to: 1) draw a tangent field for a given first order differen...

This unit introduces the equation y'=ky to describe proportionate rates of change. It studies properties characterist...

A unit that uses concepts and operations of matrices to optimize cost, quantities, and nutrient requirements for food...

In this unit, matrix concepts are used to create pictures on a display device that is controlled by a computer progra...

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