Mathematical model

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Mathematical model

A mathematical representation of concepts that describes a system through a series of equations relating variables of the system. Many disciplines use mathematical models, including, but not limited to, physics, biology, psychology, and finance.
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Symposium (CAMSQU2019) on Mathematical Modelling, commenced
Mathematical modelling can be used to solve myriads of problems facing Nigeria, a professor of Mathematics, Samuel Segun Okoya, has said.
This article is written for teachers of mathematics in the junior secondary years (including out-of-field teachers of mathematics) who may be unfamiliar with mathematical modelling, to explain the steps involved in developing a model and the differences between modelling and traditional problem solving.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield, UK, using mathematical modelling to show death rates from TB in under-5s for the first time, found that 239 000 children aged [less than or equal to] 14 died of TB in 2015 and 80% of these were aged <5.
claim that they have an old tradition, since the mathematical modelling
Stillman (Eds.), Trends in teaching and learning of mathematical modelling (pp.
It is well known that mathematicians who are modellers, or others who engage in mathematical modelling [MM], describe MM as the process of solving a real-world problem with the implication being that mathematics is used in solving the problem.
Edincliler, "Mathematical modelling of the container cranes under seismic loading and proving by shake table," Nonlinear Dynamics, vol.
Washington, June 15( ANI ): Advanced mathematical modelling can be used in the fight against cancer, a new research has revealed.
Asia modelling symposium and mathematical modelling and computer simulation; proceedings.
This paper discusses an attempt to examine pre-service teachers' mathematical modelling skills.

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