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DEVELOPING THE BIOMEDICAL MATHEMATICS MAJOR AT FSU De Witt Sumners Department of Mathematics Florida State University Tallahassee, FL 32306 sumners@math.fsu.edu
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THE BOOK OF NATURE IS WRITTEN IN THE LANGUAGE OF MATHEMATICS GALILEO GALILEI (1600)
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I HAVE DEPLY REGRETTED THAT I DID NOT PROCEED FAR ENOUGH AT LEAST TO UNDERSTAND SOMETHING OF THE GREAT LEADING PRINCIPLES OF MATHEMATICS CHARLES DARWIN (1860)
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FSU BIOMEDICAL MATH • Prepare undergrads for math or bio grad school, med school; Hughes Fellow opportunities • Interdisciplinary curriculum: mathematics, statistics, computer science: biology, biochemistry • 2 new biomed math courses: Biocalculus Lab Math Modeling in Biology
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Biocalculus Lab • Required of all bio majors • Calculus I pre/co requisite • Matlab based • Integrates mathematics, computation and biology • Calculus I bio applications • Exponential functions • Linear regression • Derivatives • Related rates • Integrals • Differential equations • Dynamical systems
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2011 for the course MATH 220 taught by Professor Kearn during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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