applied math


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Synonyms for applied math

the branches of mathematics that are involved in the study of the physical or biological or sociological world

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5] Abdul-Majid Wazwaz, 2004, The tanh method for traveling wave solutions of nonlinear equations, Applied Math.
Students applied math skills to scenarios of life's costly challenges to prepare them to make the right decisions in their future.
Results revealed that math computation was the best predictor of applied math performance, followed by the Maze task measuring reading comprehension.
The topics range from pure mathematics to applied math, but all essays are suspenseful and fun to read.
4] Xiyu Kang, Some identities involving Chebyshevs polynomials, Pure and applied Math.
The final sample represented a range of seven different colleges and 32 majors, including English, Chinese, history, music, civil culture, accounting, physics, applied math, electrical engineering, medicine, nursing, and education.
Of special note is the inclusion of a series mascot--Math Mutt--who provides young students with tips and encouragement as they tackle the diverse exercises designed to provide a fundamental understanding of basic applied math.
Confederation is also updating and web enabling the Technical Calculations and Sciences CD Rom used to teach applied math and science to apprentices.
He and the seven academy teachers ensure students' academic progress through courses like Applied Math 1 and 2.
A decade ago, the Applied Math and Science Academy labs were created to teach students about robotics and other technology - subjects they would no doubt need to know about to compete for jobs in this high-tech world.
A background in engineering and applied math led the Air Force Academy grad to write a program as a study aid, and he aced the test.
After a year-long project that applied math, social studies, and language arts skills, their neighborhood had the most complete census count of any in the city.
The measure also softened the curriculum to allow prospective technical college students to substitute applied math and science Courses for algebra, chemistry and other college-preparatory courses.
Occupations in the applied math skills category include those in which workers need to understand mathematical concepts and be able to apply them to their work; in these occupations, knowledge of statistics and trigonometry may also be needed.
Although the boundary between pure and applied math is fuzzy, the distinction is widely used.
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