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Using the Wolfram Cloud to Motivate Math Models via Remote Learning
In this presentation, CPT Timothy Newlin of West Point talks about how he uses Wolfram technology for online math courses. Many students face significant challenges in visualizing a new concept being described, particularly in a remote learning environment. All West Point cadets are required to take a course that uses math models to apply problem-solving skills to real-world situations. With effective instructor design, Wolfram forms enable students to focus on the math concept by limiting code required to examine similar problems. Highlighted here are examples including difference equations, flow networks, vector addition, matrix vector transformation and fitting function-based math models to data. When deployed to the Wolfram Cloud, they are accessible in any web browser.
Channels: Wolfram Virtual Technology Conference 2020
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