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...and therefore, it is important to realize as what is it that is integrated or summed up. It is essentially the product of the dependent variable (y) and infinitesimally small increment in the independent variable or ?x which is continuously summed up. If we know from which point to which point this summation is to be done, then we get a definite answer and this integral is known as definite integral. **Mathematically** it is expressed by indicating the limits or boundaries of integration as shown below. This is a definite integral with integration being carried out between ‘a’ and ‘b’ (a < b) for y, which is a function of x. This definite integral gives many useful parameters like area under curve, area of a curved surface,...

10 Pages(2500 words)Essay

...? "DESPITE DIFFERENCES IN THE NATURE OF SCIENCES CAN **MATHEMATICS** BE APPLIED TO ARTS AND BIOLOGY?" THESIS MENT: **Mathematics** and ALL OTHER SCIENCES are distinct modes of study. They are however interrelated in the form that **mathematics** ‘can’ be applied to each of them. The proposed study puts forth a few practical examples in order to support this implication. INTRODUCTION The present times are the era of science, research and **technology**. Inputs from various domains of study eventually converge into these three disciplines. The resultants are thus **technological** advancements in every field of life. May it be the field of arts, science or the corporate management the application of **mathematics** in each of these fields has proved... in...

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... time to fill up with more scoops of sand. With regards to **technology**, toddlers can discover that use of various objects with sand play may create different effects on the sand. When they use rakes or combs, it leaves lines when they run these through sand. They can also create different sand impressions with different objects of various shapes. Exploring Blocks in Preschool Blocks are staple preschool materials that provide a multitude of benefits to children. The natural feel of wood, its smoothened shapes teach three-dimensional geometric shapes that feed young children with knowledge in basic **mathematical** concepts. Since blocks come in sets, children are able to explore numeracy by counting sets of blocks shapes and matching... ?Learning...

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...The Month The Role and Development of **Mathematics** in Western **Technology** In the Renaissance, there reappears the concept of perspective. It actively developed into the perspective geometry that enabled the implementation of the most challenging architectural constructions and even led to the most unexpected discoveries. Before the 14th century, there were attempts to invent the ways of representation of special objects on the two-dimensional surface, but they were not saved. The current paper, basing on the James Burke’s views (Burke, “The Day the Universe Changed”), examines the influence of **mathematical** inventions, particularly perspective geometry, on the development of the society...

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...Instructions: Independent study. Choose a topic within algebra for independent study. Your topic should be **mathematics** that you have not studied before or that goes beyond what you have studied. For example, you may use this topic on"Nuclear salvation or nuclear folly" by R.E Lapp.
Do not think about developing a lesson plan, or to teach your topic to children. A little story of **mathematics** is welcome, but that should not be the main theme of your paper. The objective is to describe some **mathematics** that you have learned. Include a summary of why you selected your topic, and what you learned about it from each resource that you used. Also include some questions provoked by what you...

4 Pages(1000 words)Article

...Science, **Technology**, Engineering and **Mathematics** Education: Background, Federal Policy, and Legislative Action
The article, “Science, **Technology**, Engineering and **Mathematics** (STEM) Education: Background, Federal Policy, and Legislative Action”, is a qualitative study conducted by Jeffrey. J. Kuenzi (2008), who is a specialist in education policy. This was prepared in 2008, as a report for the US Congressional Research Service for the perusal of the members and committees of the Congress.
The relevance of this report is rooted in the fact that United States is not developing enough skill resources in the areas of science, **technology**, engineering and...

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...1. An instance in my daily life where I rely on the skills of rounding and estimating is when I do the grocery shopping. In order to get a fair estimate of what my bill is up to, I roughly calculate the value of each shopping item by rounding to the closest whole number. An occupation such as a shop teller would need to have sound multiplication and division skills because their job requires them to give and receive the right amount of change.
2. The concept of negative numbers is harder to grasp because there cannot be anything less than nothing, which is what zero is. An example of where it is important to understand integers in the financial world is with banking (Glydon). If someone spends more than they have available... An instance in...

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...APPLIED **MATHEMATICS** IN MUSIC **TECHNOLOGY** (Electronic circuits) By Presented to University)
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Introduction
In the development of music **technologies**, music factualists made use of **mathematical** equations in sound propagation, interpretation and calculation of musical scales, harmonics, etc. and as the years went by these formulas were enhanced further by mathematicians for purposes of music production. Moreover, frequency, expressed in hertz (HZ) is used in octave analysis (sequence of pitches) to describe music during the preparation of music scales. In addition, to preserve tone intervals, **mathematical** functions such as inversion and...

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...**Mathematics**: Open/Closing Credit The credit card will largely depend on the credit card holder purchasing behavior. Your current card charges 16.5% annually. Therefore, interest charges on a balance of $5,000 will be given by:
This is the interest charged on your current card, regardless of the duration. On the other hand Visa Student Card charges a lower annual percentage of 10.8% after a 6 month 0% interest period. On a balance of $5,000, the interest will be;
Obviously, the student card charges a lower interest compared to your current card and even offers a grace period of 6 months interest free which makes it an attractive option. However, since you usually have a large outstanding balance, chances of defaulting or exceeding...

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...peculiarities. The UK society has certain expectations and definitions of **technology**-related things. The engineer, for example, is usually a man who fixes the things or invents new ones, it is more natural of a man to calculate some formulae, draw sketches or screw bolts. (Warrell, H., 2014, 1). The factor that adversely affects the girls’ choice of certain subjects that are non-STEM is that many of them give up studying physics after they reach the age of sixteen years and decide not to choose engineering as the subjects of their studying after they are eighteen. (Warrell, H., 2014, 1). This is because low motivation of the students to study these subjects: firstly, girls themselves are inclined to think that they are...

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