Some Tips for Successful Math
Study. There is nothing about math that makes learning it different and
more difficult than learning other subjects. Still, most students enter math
classes with attitudes and expectations that make success difficult. Here are
some strategies that will help you be successful in the math courses that you
are studying.
SOS-MATH:
You can find material (courses, examples, exams, etc.) on topics such as Algebra, Trigonometry,
Calculus, Differential Equations, etc. You can use it for review or as complement.
MATH WORLD:
mathematical resource, assembled by internet encyclopedist Eric W. Weisstein
with assistance from the mathematics and internet communities.
It is a comprehensive and interactive mathematics encyclopedia intended for students, educators,
math enthusiasts, and researchers.
Software
Calculus Toolkit(by Steven Tschantz).
Several tools are available to perform specialized calculations e.g.
find the derivativesm, the equation of the tangent line, partial fractions, etc...
immediately through the World Wide Web.
Diff.Equ. Toolkit(by Steven Tschantz). Several tools are available to perform
specialized calculations e.g. solving some D.E., Laplace transform., etc... immediately
through the World Wide Web.
"ODE Phase Portraits 1.1" by Richard Mansfield and Frits Beukers;
If you use it for first order DEQs, x is the independent variable; y is the dependent variable:
Set x '=1.
World
mathematical Year. On May 6th, 1992, in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), the
International Mathematical Union declared that the Year 2000 would be the World
mathematical Year.