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Harald Helfgott

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Registered: 12/6/04
Math Education and Physical Sciences
Posted: Sep 9, 1995 11:56 PM
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Hi, fellow users!

I am doing research on how examples from the physical sciences can
enliven mathematics curricula in high school and college. I am interested in,
for example, how examples from chemical reactions can clarify concepts of
differential equations. Any ideas? Any library resources you know? Any
related INTERNET resources? Do you have the same interests?

Thanks for the information,
Michel, writing from my son's account





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