Sunday, November 30, 2008
Sunday, November 9, 2008
Mathematics and traffic an application of cellular automata
As a commuter living in a densely populated area with few public transport options I know too much about the daily traffic jams here. At work it is the #1 subject to discuss with colleagues. The Dutch speak about the traffic jams, weather and football ( but only if their team is winning ). Like eskimos have a zillion words for snow the Dutch have quite a vocabulary on traffic jams.
There is a wealth of information on the net about math applied to solving problems in traffic like this one: http://www.trafficsimulation.de/
There is a wealth of information on the net about math applied to solving problems in traffic like this one: http://www.trafficsimulation.de/
Saturday, November 1, 2008
Feedback MST121 TMA 01  1
Yesterday I received an email from my math tutor with the score for a tutor marked assignment.
You got 33 out of the 40 for TMA01 part 1. Well done.
Some remarks,
Try to give your answers as a conclusion.
Q1 (c) Look for an easy factorisation.
Make sure that the answers satisfy that x is not 0 and 2x1 is not 0 so that both are solutions.
Mathcad,
The course supports the use of the floating "symbolic toolbar"
The solution sould look like:
42 x^3 + 301x^2 + 154 x 840 factor ___ (7(2x+5)(3x4)(x+6)
Q2
Make sure that you get used to the decimal point and notthe comma.
Always give the range,.
Check the difference between decimal points and significant figures,
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