Unformatted text preview: . I will provide some suggestions for projects, and you are welcome to suggest ones yourself. b) The phenomenon should be represented by a mathematical model, and you should be able to justify the features of this model. Since most of this course is concerned with diﬀerential equations, it would be best to have a model that uses diﬀerential equations; however this is not essential. c) Your solution should include an analytical component and a numerical component (don’t worry if your programming skills are rusty, we can ﬁnd a way around it). d) You should plan to make a brief presentation of your project to the class at the end of the course....
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2011 for the course MATH 3354 taught by Professor Drager during the Fall '08 term at Texas Tech.
- Fall '08