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Stephen J. Miller

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Euler's Method
Posted: May 11, 1998 6:23 PM
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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 non-mathematics
text. I was excited!

The end is near.....pat ourselves and our hard-working students on the back.


Stephen J. Miller
Head, Mathematics Department
Barrie School
13500 Layhill Road
Silver Spring, MD 20906
(301) 871-6200 ext. 358
email: sjm@x-press.net





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