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Calculus in a Nutshell
Calculus in a Nutshell
Calculus in a Nutshell is basically a summary of calculus. I am through power series. Thoughts, comments and edits are appreciated.
Seth Lewison
K.M. Imrul Kayes Sikdar
K.M. Imrul Kayes Sikdar
K.M. Imrul Kayes Sikdar's CV
Imrul Kayes
One-Page Technical Resume
One-Page Technical Resume
Kevin Denny's CV
K Denny
FSU-MATH2400-Project6
FSU-MATH2400-Project6
In this calculus project, students use infinite series to investigate Euler's Equation: $e^{i\pi} + 1 = 0$.
Sarah Wright
Reporte: Capítulo 2: Razonamiento Científico
Reporte: Capítulo 2: Razonamiento Científico
El inductivismo saca conclusiones generales de algo particular. Este ha sido el método científico más común utilizado y sobre éste surgieron nuevos paradigmas para hacer ciencia. Se analizarán las características y limitantes de este método.
Sandra Juárez Osorio
Un primer contacto con LaTeX
Un primer contacto con LaTeX
Todo (futuro) científico y/o ingeniero debe estar familiarizado con el procesador de textos \(\mathrm{\LaTeX}\), orientado a textos científicos. Se pretende que el estudiante realice su primer documento en latex con una serie de ejercicios.
F Rodriguez
MOOC Dropout Prediction with Model Stacking
MOOC Dropout Prediction with Model Stacking
We are asked to predict the probability of the event that a student will drop out a course. We firstly extracted many features from the huge dataset. Then we used ensemble learning machine and model stacking technique to get the final result, which ranked the 1st in 68 teams.
Qi Zhao
Charge to Mass Ratio of the Electron
Charge to Mass Ratio of the Electron
For an electron moving in a circular path in a magnetic field, if we know the magnetic field strength, accelerating voltage, and radius of the electron's trajectory, then we can make an estimation of the electron's charge to mass ratio. We calculated an average charge to mass ratio of \(2.08 \times 10^{11} \pm 1.81 \times 10^8\) Coulombs per kilogram.
Jake Rugh