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Graduate Catalog 2010-11 
    
Graduate Catalog 2010-11 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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MATH 6020 - Mathematical Modeling I


This course considers the methodology of modeling a series of practical problems. The mathematical tools used may include dimensional analysis, optimization, differential and difference equations, graph theory and network flow theory. The practical problems may include population dynamics, economic theory of prices and production, scale models, scheduling problems, pollution, social group interaction, epidemics, and facility location.

Prerequisites/Corequisites: Prerequisite: MATH 5740 or consent of instructor.

Credits: 3 hrs.

Notes: Open to Graduate Students Only. Undergraduates with junior or senior standing and 12 or more credit hours of work in mathematics and statistics may enroll in 5000-level courses with prior approval of the department chairperson.



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