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Quantum Mechanics: The Physics of the Microscopic WorldAuthor: kiemcun Date: 20091225 15:48:59 Quantum Mechanics: The Physics of the Microscopic World Course No. 1240 (24 lectures, 30 minutes/lecture)  English  DVIX 720x480 29fps @1199Kbps  MP3 128Kbps 48Khz  6.44Gb Taught by Benjamin Schumacher  Kenyon College  Ph.D., The University of Texas … the workings of the universe. Planck had reached the surprising conclusion that light behaves as if it is packaged in discrete amounts, or quanta, a seemingly simple observation that would lead to a powerful new field of physics called quantum mechanics.
Peter Greenfield  The mechanics of metal seriesAuthor: marcellonorum Date: 20091227 12:49:49 Peter Greenfield  The mechanics of metal seriesMechanics of Metal Publications  1986  ISBN: n/a  PDF/Mp3  180 pages  300 MB
Geometric Mechanics and Symmetry: From Finite to Infinite Dimensions (Oxford Texts in Applied and Engineering Mathematics)Author: tot167 Date: 20100101 22:05:37 Darryl D. Holm, Tanya Schmah, Cristina Stoica, "Geometric Mechanics and Symmetry: From Finite to Infinite Dimensions (Oxford Texts in Applied and Engineering Mathematics)" Oxford University Press  2009  ISBN: 0199212902  460 pages  PDF  3,1 MB
Computational Analysis of Randomness in Structural Mechanics: Structures and Infrastructures, Vol. 3Author: tot167 Date: 20091226 05:27:38 Christian Bucher, "Computational Analysis of Randomness in Structural Mechanics: Structures and Infrastructures, Vol. 3" CRC  2009  ISBN: 0415403545  248 pages  PDF  4,2 MB
Environmental Fluid Mechanics (repost)Author: tot167 Date: 20091226 08:23:12 Hillel Rubi, "Environmental Fluid Mechanics" CRC  2009  ISBN: 0824787811  752 pages  PDF  11,9 MB

LowGravity Fluid Mechanics : MathematicalAuthor: GtkDis Date: 20091226 13:49:56 LowGravity Fluid Mechanics : Mathematical Publisher: Springer  ISBN: 3540161899  edition 1987  PDF  601 pages  23,8 mb LowGravity Fluid Mechanics : Mathematical by Springer
Parallel Robots (Solid Mechanics and Its Applications) (repost)Author: prestige Date: 20091229 23:32:21 Parallel Robots (Solid Mechanics and Its Applications) Springer  February 10, 2006  ISBN: 1402041322  394 pages  PDF  6 MB Parallel robots are closedloop mechanisms presenting very good performances in terms of accuracy, velocity, rigidity and ability to manipulate large loads. They have been used in a large number of applications ranging from astronomy to flight simulators and are becoming increasingly popular in the field of machinetool industry. This book presents a complete synthesis of the …
Nonequilibrium Statistical MechanicsAuthor: tot167 Date: 20091230 16:27:24 Gene F. Mazenko , "Nonequilibrium Statistical Mechanics" WileyVCH  2006  ISBN: 3527406484  PDF  492 pages  4,3 MB
Vector Mechanics for Engineers: Statics, 7th Edition (Instructor's Manual)Author: realygd Date: 20091228 08:26:47 Vector Mechanics for Engineers: Statics, 7th Edition (Instructor's Manual) Publisher: McGraw Hill  ISBN: 0072304936  edition 2003  PDF  1643 pages  75 mb
A System of Analytic Mechanics (Notable American Authors): Benjamin PeirceAuthor: ubut Date: 20091229 15:47:19 A System of Analytic Mechanics (Notable American Authors): Benjamin Peirce Reprint Services Corp  ISBN: 0781287332  1855  PDF (OCR)  496 pages  10.9 Mb


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What would you like to know about your universe?
This issue kicks off a brand new feature in Plus: the teacher package. Every issue will contain a package bringing together all Plus articles about a particular subject from the UK National Curriculum. Whether you're a student studying the subject, or a teacher teaching it, all relevant Plus articles will be available to you at a glance.
What do you think?
This is the first package in a new series for Plus, and we'd be very please to hear what our readers think. So if you are teacher, a student or any other interested Plus reader with thoughts on this new series, then please get in touch.
Thank you!
Plus articles go far beyond the explicit maths taught at school, while still being accessible to someone doing A level maths. They put classroom maths in context by explaining the bigger picture — they explore applications in the real world, find maths in unusual places, and delve into mathematical history and philosophy. We therefore hope that our teacher packages will provide an ideal resource for students working on projects and teachers wanting to offer their students a deeper insight in the world of maths. We start off our series with a package on differential equations.
Differential equations
One thing that will never change is the fact that the world is constantly changing. Mathematically, rates of change are described by derivatives. If you try and use maths to describe the world around you — say the growth of a plant, the fluctuations of the stock market, the spread of diseases, or physical forces acting on an object — you soon find yourself dealing with derivatives of functions. The way they interrelate and depend on other mathematical parameters is described by differential equations. These equations are at the heart of nearly all modern applications of mathematics to natural phenomena. The applications are almost unlimited, and they play a vital role in much of modern technology.
The Plus articles listed below all deal with differential equations. In some cases the equations are introduced explicitly, while others focus on a broader context, giving a feel for why the equations hold the key to describing particular situations. None of the articles require more than a basic understanding of calculus. All the articles come from our vast archive, but whether they are feature articles, career interviews or news stories, they are all relevant, since today's news is tomorrow's standard result or technique. Take your pick.
 Getting started — a quick recap on calculus and some articles introducing modelling with differential equations;
 More applications — examples of differential equations at work in the real world;
 Mathematical frontiers — mathematical developments, and the people behind them, that have contributed to the area of differential equations.
Getting started
Making the grade and Making the grade: Part II — If you need to recap your calculus knowledge, these articles provide a quick introduction.
101 uses of a quadratic equation: Part II — The quadratic equation is one of the mightiest beasts in maths. This article describes how several reallife problems give rise to differential equations in the shape of quadratics, and solves them too.
Natural frequencies in music — It takes vibrations to make sound, and differential equations to understand vibrations. The article uses Newton's second law of motion to model the behaviour of mass vibrating on a string.
Have we caught your interest? — Those who understand compound interest are destined to collect it. Those who don't are doomed to pay it. If you want to earn rather than lose, you need to understand the differential equations that are introduced explicitly in this article.
More applications of differential equations
...in medicine and nature
The mathematics of diseases — Over the past one hundred years, mathematics has been used to understand and predict the spread of diseases, relating important publichealth questions to basic infection parameters. This article describes some of the mathematical developments that have improved our understanding and predictive ability and introduces the differential equations involved.
Maths for the brokenhearted — You take care of yourself  you eat right, don't smoke, drink in moderation and keep fit  but have you considered differential equations as a secret weapon in keeping you and your heart healthy?
Chaos in the brain — Saying that someone is a chaotic thinker might seem like an insult — but it could be that the mathematical phenomenon of chaos is a crucial part of what makes our brains work. Chaos is all about unpredictable change and this can be described using differential equations.
How the leopard got its spots — How does the uniform ball of cells that make up an embryo differentiate to create the dramatic patterns of a zebra or leopard? How come there are spotty animals with stripy tails, but no stripy animals with spotty tails? Get to know the equations that explain all this and more.
Going with the flow — This article describes what happens when two fluids of different densities meet, for example when volcanoes erupt and hot ashladen air is poured out into the atmosphere. The article explains Newton's second law of motion as a differential equation and its relation to fluid mechanics.
How plants halt sands — Plants can stop the desert from relentlessly invading fertile territory. But just how and where should they be planted? A model involving differential equations gives the answers.
Fluid mechanics researcher — Trying to solve differential equations can give you a stomach ache sometimes, but the equations can also help to prevent one. André Léger uses fluid dynamics to understand how food sloshes around the intestines.
Meteorologist — If one thing is sure to change, it's the weather. Helen Hewson explains how she helps to predict it at the Met Office.
Universal pictures — Partial differential equations explored through images: from the maths of turbulence to modelling human interaction.
...in physics and technology...
The dynamic Sun — The Sun emits light from all across the electromagnetic spectrum and understanding its emission is essential in understanding solar dynamics. The article introduces the wave equation.
Light attenuation and exponential laws — Many natural processes adhere to exponential laws. The attenuation of light — the way it decays in brightness as it passes through a thin medium — is one of them. The article explores the attenuation law of light transmission in its differential form.
Computer games developer — In the real world, balls bounce and water splashes because of the laws of physics. In computer games, a physics engine ensures the virtual world behaves realistically. Nick Grey explains that to make the games, you need to understand the physics, and that requires differential equations.
Spaghetti breakthrough — Differential equations model the breaking behaviour of pasta.
...in sport
If you can't bend it, model it! — David Beckham and his fellow players may intuitively know how to bend a football's flight as they wish, but the rest of us have to resort to the differential equations describing the aerodynamics of footballs.
Aerodynamicist — The smallest alteration in the shape of a Formula One car can make the difference between winning and losing. It's the air flow that does it, so, as Christine Hogan explains, any Formula One team needs an aerodynamicist.
Formulaic football — Mathematicians build a mathematical model of a football match.
...in finance
Financial modelling — David Spaughton and Anton Merlushkin work for Credit Suisse First Boston, where they provide traders in the hectic dealing room with software based on complicated mathematical models of the financial markets. They explain how changing markets need the maths of change.
Financial maths course director — Riaz Ahmad's mathematical career has led him from the complexities of blood flow to the risks of the financial markets via underwater acoustics — differential equations help to understand all of these.
Project Finance Consultant — Nick Crawley set up his own financial consultancy firm in Sydney, Australia, offering advice on largescale financing deals. Understanding the risks of investments means understanding the fluctuations of markets, and that requires differential equations.
Mathematical frontiers
A differential story — Peter D Lax wins the 2005 Abel Prize for his work on differential equations.
Countabel even if not solveable — The 2004 Abel Prize goes to Sir Michael Atiyah and Isadore Singer for their work on how to solve systems of equations.
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Would you like to know everything about mathematics?
Do you think that is impossible? It isn't if you are willing to read and study many books. You can't learn everything from class lectures. The bulk of your mathematics learning will come from reading, working problems, and studying various books on your own. And you can do this at your convenience. Since there is no pressure, you can learn without stress. You can learn mathematics by studying the information on this web page and in the many wonderful books and multimedia materials.
 Elementary Arithmetic
 High School Math
 College Algebra
 Trigonometry
 Geometry
 Calculus
But... let's start at the beginning and work our way up through the various areas of math. We need a good foundation of each area to build upon for the next level.
ELEMENTARY MATH
The WWW links on this site will take you directly to the various web site pages. Your browser URL address line will tell you the origin of the site.
MATH FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL KIDS http://www.teachrkids.com/
Elementary School Math  101science.com  WWW Links page.
All About Fractions
Reduce Fractions  Java http://www.mathepower.com/english/bruchkur.php
Reduce Fractions with Excel http://www.mrexcel.com/tip039.shtml
All About Percent and Ratios
Equations  how to solve
Factors  essential basics
Graphs  basic essentials
Measurement  from mm to m³
Mathmastery www.mathmastery.comwww.mathmastery.com
Teach Kinds Math http://www.teachrkids.com/
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The above math tables are available as a printable Word document.
Algebra  101science.com  WWW Links page.
Geometry  101science.com  WWW Links page.
Trigonometry  101science.com  WWW Links page.
WHAT IS TRIGONOMETRY? http://fergusmurray.members.beeb.net/trig.htm
Calculus  101science.com  WWW Links page.
Laboratory Manual for Calculus (With Mathcad sheets.)
Probability and Statistics  101science.com  WWW Links page.
Mathematical Ideas in Science  MATH  7 Stones
Explore Math http://www.exploremath.com/
Plus Math http://plus.maths.org/
Algebra  basic essentials
Equations  how to solve
Factors  essential basics
Graphs  basic essentials
Measurement  from mm to m³
Percentage  helping you achieve 100%
Prime numbers  talk about odd!
Standard Form  scientifically speaking
Basic Math
· Everyday Math
· PreAlgebra
· Algebra
· Geometry
· Trigonometry
· Statistics
· Calculus
· Advanced Topics
· Others
Geometry Center: Triangle Tilings and Polyhedra
Geometry Formulas Geometry Formulas
Math Software Downloads: http://www.numericalmathematics.com/numerical_solutions.htm
Math Software  Top 100 Programs  http://softbase.150m.com/top40.html
Mathematics: A Human Endeavor:
A book for Those Who Think They Don't Like The Subject.
ADVANCED MATHEMATICS
College and advanced Math http://pirate.shu.edu/~wachsmut/index.html
Advanced Mathematics for Applications Mathematica Notebooks
The Certificate of Advanced Study in Mathematics
Advanced Mathematics
ADVANCED MATHEMATICS FOR ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE
LHS Math Dept.  Kevin Kelly  Honors Advanced Mathematics
ENGnetBASE: Engineering Handbooks Online
Calculus@Internet
Advanced Mathematics
Advanced Mathematics in Mathematica
www.uen.org/cgibin/websql/lessons/c3.hts?core=2&course_num=5400
WITS  Advanced Mathematics of Finance
Effective Multicultural Curriculum Transformation in "Advanced"
Mathematical Proofs: A Transition to Advanced Mathematics
Domestic Technology Transfer Program (DTTP)  Advanced Mathematics
Graded Exercises in Advanced Mathematics  Secondary Education ...
Guide to Advanced Mathematical Principles http://www.superstringtheory.com/math/math3.html
LINEAR ALGEBRA  From MIT
MIT Linear Algebra home page: http://ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/Mathematics/1806Spring2005/CourseHome/index.htm
MATHEMATICS TUTORIALS
ALGEBRA GEOMETRY TRIGONOMETRY CALCULUS STATISTICS
VERY IMPORTANT! Various algebraic equation forms for a straight line.
VERY IMPORTANT! What is a FUNCTION? DOMAIN? RANGE?
Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Derivatives of Logarithmic and Exponential Functions
Applications (solving word Problems) of Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Algebra II: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions  Math for Morons Like Us
What's the difference between Log and Ln?
Comprehensive Math Resources by Subject
PreAlgebra http://freeed.net/fr07/lfc/fc070101_01/fc070101_0101.htm
PreAlgebra Tutorial from freeed.net
Felecia's Algebra Tutorial: PreAlgebra
Continuing Education Online Courses and Tutorials
Math For Morons Like Us
StudyWeb Table of Contents
The Math Forum  Math Library  Trigonometry
The Math Forum  Math Library  Ratio/Proportion
The Math Forum  Math Library  PreCalculus
The Math Forum  Math Library  Functions
The Math Forum  Math Library  Equations
Algebra Online!
Algebra Tutorial ( Comprehensive)
Another Calculus Tutor
Mathematics lessons.
Mathematics Lessons, Tutorials and Lecture Notes http://archives.math.utk.edu/tutorials.html
Home Schooling LINK http://homeschoolcentral.com/
Explore Math by ExploreMath.com
An Interactive Learning Experience
Experiment & Explore Mathematics
An interactive site to help you explore and gain deep understanding of
topics in mathematics. Online self tests and their answers are also
included in the site.
A Math Refresher
A short selfstudy course on algebra and trig, with history tidbits and some problems. Embedded in a larger course on astronomy, physics and space, it provides math tools used in the material and stresses intuitive understanding.
An Overview of Mathematics
Mathematics is the science of size, structure, order, and shapes, and other relationships among quantities.
Math in Daily Life
Whether you're sailing a boat off the coast of Japan or building a house in Peru, you're using math to get things done.
Understanding Algebra
A complete review of Basic Algebra
CALCULATORS  Web Based
Calc98 a Free Downloadable Calculator
Calc98, a free scientific, engineering, statistical and financial calculator for Windows and PocketPC. Calc98 includes a vast range of units conversions, fundamental constants and physical property data, and other features including arbitrary base numbers, Roman numerals and a stopwatch feature and builtin Periodic Table of the Elements.
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Online Graphic Algebra Calculators
Algebra Calculator for Solving for Two Unknowns
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Texas Instruments calculators for sale
Our Pick:
Texas Instruments TI89 Advanced Graphing Calculator
Or, try the TI83 used in many high school and college math courses.
Texas Instruments TI83PLUS Graphing Calculator
Links to TI83 Programs you can download to your calculator:
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http://www.geocities.com/benahimvp/ti83index.html
http://www.ticalc.org/pub/83plus/
http://www.iserv.net/~gopat/ (General Statistics)
http://www.ikevtiva.com/calc/83.htm
http://www.geocities.com/ti83programs/
http://www.richland.cc.il.us/james/ti82/algebra.html
http://academic.cuesta.cc.ca.us/mturner/ti83.htm
http://www.keycollege.com/workshopstatistics/vonoehse/ti83prgm.zipStatistics
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http://academic.cuesta.cc.ca.us/mturner/ti83p.htm
http://www.hwscience.com/smarsden/ti.htm Chemistry
http://members.aol.com/brettmg/ti83.html
http://silver.sdsmt.edu/~rwjohnso/Ggrant.htm Statistics  CBL
http://mathworld.8m.com/calculator.html
http://dignified.dhs.org/ti_section.html
MORE......
Finding Mean and Standard Deviation with the TI83
Mean and standard deviation on the TI83[PDF]Using the TI83 to Find the Sample Mean and Sample Standard ...
TI83 Instructions  Hypothesis Testing with one mean
TI 83 Instructions  Confidence Intervals for mean (small samples ...
[PDF]TI83/83 Plus: Confidence Interval for OneSample Mean with s ...
[PDF]TI83/83 Plus: Hypothesis Testing for TwoSample Mean with s ...
[PDF]Calculating Mean and Standard Deviation for a Sample with TI83 Normal probabilities on the TI83
SettleBasics
TI83 Instructions
[PDF] INTRODUCTION TO MATHCAD Differential Calculus
Multivariable Calculus, Linear Algebra and Differential Equations
Adept Scientific plc  The Technical Computing People
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The powers of 10. Click here  No it isn't quite what you might think.
ROMAN NUMERALS
I  V  X  L  C  D  M 
1  5  10  50  100  500  1000 
Examples:  
I  II  III  IV  V  VI  VII 
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XV  XVI  XX  XLII  LV  XCVI  MDCI 
15  16  20  42  55  96  1601 
Rule: 1. If no letter in front of a letter is of greater value, add the numbers represented by the letters. Example. XXX = 30; VI = 6
Rule 2. If a letter in front of a letter is of greater value, subtract the smaller form the larger; add the remainder or remainders obtained to the numbers represented by the other letters. Example. IV = 4; XL = 40; CXLV = 145
Now type in a number in the box below and press the translate button to see you number in Roman Numerals. (Note: Don't hit enter, press the button.)
MUST HAVE! TI83 Plus  BETTER! TI89  BEST! Voyage 200 
Try a FUN math word mix game  free online now. http://www.studyworksonline.com/cda/content/applet/0,,NAV315_SAP884,00.shtml