The CSM: Calculus, Systems, and Modeling (Math 1310) Homepage

  • SIMULATION: the spread of disease
  • MINI-PROJECT: the SIR (susceptible/infected/recovered) model, Euler's method, Sage, and all that
  • MINI-PROJECT: Solar Energy, accumulation functions, Riemann sums

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