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World Class Sprints - Introduction

David Smith

/images/upload_library/4/vol1/Sprints/run2.gifThis module illustrates a modeling process and a somewhat unusual application of first-order linear equations. It is appropriate for both calculus courses and differential equations courses -- wherever these equations are taken up.

David Smith is Associate Professor Emeritus of Mathematics at Duke University.



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Notes for the Instructor


This module was prepared with the assistance of Jer-Chin Chuang (Furman University) and John Michel (Marietta College). It is based on an article by S. R. Dunbar in the CODEE Newsletter, Spring,1994.

Publication date: December, 2001
© Copyright 2001 by CCP and David Smith


David Smith, "World Class Sprints - Introduction," Convergence (December 2004)