Jun 05, 2023
MATH 475 - Mathematical Modeling
An introduction to mathematical modeling using examples from physical, chemical,biological, economic, and social systems. The use of software, critical thinking, and technical communication will be emphasized.
Prerequisites: MATH 265 and MATH 272 and MATH 376 and MATH 299S with a grade of C or higher, or with consent of the instructor.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Select mathematical models to best describe the process of mathematical modeling.
- predict modeling results.
- Assess mathematical models by obtaining numerical results.
- Appraise the requirements of a problem to make modeling decisions, they will judge what to include and what to leave out of a model, and they will defend their choices based on results and constraints. Students will evaluate which mathematical model performs best in a modeling situation
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