Baruch College Department of Mathematics | MTH 4145 -Mathematical Modeling

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MTH 4145 -Mathematical Modeling

Students will define and offer solutions to real-world problems and give both a written and oral presentation of their solutions. Examples of problems to be studied are scheduling, portfolio investment, and reliability of machinery. The mathematical techniques used include but are not limited to stochastic processes, linear algebra, differential equations, dynamical systems, and probability theory. The entire class will be expected to offer written critiques of the work presented by each of the students.

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