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Euler's Method
Posted:
May 11, 1998 6:23 PM


Greetings, all.
I am in the fortunate position of also teaching AP Physics. I happened to be reviewing a calculus based physics text (Principles of Physics: a text for scientists and engineers by Raymond Serway), and I came across a section called Numerical Modeling in Particle Dynamics, and there is a brief but thorough discussion of Euler's Method of solving differential equations. It's nice to see this topic in an undergraduate nonmathematics text. I was excited!
The end is near.....pat ourselves and our hardworking students on the back.
Stephen J. Miller Head, Mathematics Department Barrie School 13500 Layhill Road Silver Spring, MD 20906 (301) 8716200 ext. 358 email: sjm@xpress.net



