The Interactive Textbook for Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry
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|Dept. of Physics, University of Pennsylvania|
|An online interdisciplinary hypertext course in chemistry, mathematics, and physics. Math as a Second Language: Working with Maple, One-Dimensional Motion, Introduction to Chemistry, The Most Useful Functions for Science (exponentials, trigonometric functions, parametric equations). Gallery of art produced by Maple and PFP students. Describing How Things Change: The Derivative, Growth of Populations, The Force. Conserving Equations: More on derivative and differential equations, Force Revisited, Newton's Laws in Action, Derivatives and Chemistry, Second-order differential equations, Chaotic systems. Completing the Circle: Energy Redux, Motion in Two Dimensions, Circular Motion, Gravitational Force, The Electric and Magnetic Fields.|
|Resource Types:||Courses, Textbooks|
|Math Topics:||Differential Equations, Dynamical Systems, Art, Chemistry, Physics|
|Math Ed Topics:||Interdisciplinary/Thematic Studies|
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