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Rash, Agnes M.; Fillebrown, Sandra – PRIMUS, 2016

This article describes various courses designed to incorporate mathematical proofs into courses for non-math and non-science majors. These courses, nicknamed "math beauty" courses, are designed to discuss one topic in-depth rather than to introduce many topics at a superficial level. A variety of courses, each requiring students to…

Descriptors: Mathematics Curriculum, General Education, Mathematics Instruction, Mathematics Education

Rash, Agnes M.; Winkel, Brian J. – PRIMUS, 2009

This paper describes details of development of the general birth and death process from which we can extract the Poisson process as a special case. This general process is appropriate for a number of courses and units in courses and can enrich the study of mathematics for students as it touches and uses a diverse set of mathematical topics, e.g.,…

Descriptors: Equations (Mathematics), Probability, Calculus, Mathematics Instruction

Rash, Agnes M.; Zurbach, E. Peter – PRIMUS, 2004

The intention of this article is to present a year-long interdisciplinary course, Mathematical Models in Chemistry. The course is comprised of eleven units, each of which has both a mathematical and a chemical component. A syllabus of the course is given and the format of the class is explained. The interaction of the professors and the content is…

Descriptors: Mathematical Models, Chemistry, College Mathematics, Interdisciplinary Approach