MODELLING EBOLA
USING AN SIR MODEL
HL Maths Exploration
CANDIATE: METHUSHAA SUTHANTHIRAKUMARAN
School: North London Collegiate School
Teacher: Ms Copin
Modelling Ebola using an SIR model
Contents
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Introduction and aim.2
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Common sense description of th
Example 7: Student work
Mathematical Exploration
Modelling Rainfall
Rationale:
I have decided to centre this mathematical exploration around the topic of weather.
To begin, I looked at the stimuli given to me by my teacher. While looking at different idea
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Markscheme
November 2016
Mathematics
Standard level
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What is the purpose of the United States Constitution?
The united states constitution guarantees the freedoms of all citizens.
Why is the reasonable doubt standard used in criminal cases?
Evidence that is beyond the reasonable doubt standard is th
Warning Sirens Problem
Step 1: Review the problem.
A community needs to install warning sirens that can be heard by all homes.
The sirens the community plans to install have a reliable range of five miles.
You have the x and y coordinates for the homes in
Problem Set 9
Statistical Methods for Business and Economics
C. Graded Problems
Show your work for all graded problems. If you use Excel, paste a copy of the
supporting output into your answers. You may use ASWCC tables or Excel for
all problems unless sp
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School of Advanced International Studies
Johns Hopkins University
Dr. John M. Harrington
Email: [email protected]
Version: January 20, 2016
SA.340.709.02 Spring 2016
Statistical Methods for Business and Economics
Wednesday
10-12:30
R102 TA: Silvia Mer
Problem Set 9
Statistical Methods for Business and Economics
A. ASWCC Self Test Problems
ASWCC self test problems do not need to be turned in and will not be graded,
but are good for practicing the statistical techniques we learn. Try to do as
many as pos