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Mathematics 102: Dierential Calculus with Applications to Life Sciences
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Math 102 OSH/Assignment 1
Jamie Magrill
Plant leaf epidermal cells are thin and flat, thus, they may be approximated as having
a cylindrical shape, with a radius of (r) and a thickness of (h) as seen in Figure 1.
Figure 1: A model geometry of a plant leaf
Math 102 OSH/Assignment 2
Jamie Magrill
UBC Student Number: 32504136
Question 1
Since the component parts of the piece-wise function are all polynomials, and thus
inherently self-continuous, the only potential discontinuities are at the points when
they m
MAT 115
Fall 2001
Chris Christensen
Class notes
Multiplication Modulo n
For multiplication modulo n (as for addition and subtraction), we can either
reduce modulo n and then multiply (and, perhaps, have to again reduce
modulo n), or we can first multiply