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First steps in differential equations: learning to see and to think

Posted by: Gary Ernest Davis on: February 19, 2011

Differential equations and studio learning This semester I am once again teaching introductory differential equations. The students in this class are mainly engineering majors, with some mathematics and physics majors, for whom the course is mandatory. Occasionally a humanities or business major will enroll in this class for interest, but not this semester. The computer […]

TEMATH software

Posted by: Gary Ernest Davis on: December 11, 2009

TEMATH (Tools for Exploring Mathematics) This is a mathematics exploration environment useful for investigating a broad range of mathematical problems. It is freely available software authored by Adam Hausknecht and Robert Kowalczyk at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth TEMATH is effective for solving problems in calculus, pill differential equations, physician linear algebra, numerical analysis, and […]