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I am trying to find the parameters required by my method to generate this one. As a test.
I am not sure if this is just procrastination or that this qualifies as 'real mathematics'. I suppose it depends on the result and how I document it. Positive side-effects are that I am now much more interested in M373 and that I am still getting better in Mathematica. - Mathematica can be used as a super calculator of course, but I am beginning to use it as a tool to actually do some 'thinking-work' for me.
Am I still studying for B31? Of course!
Well, M373 entered -Yellow Alert- phase. A plus of M373 is that the topics are really, really interesting. But, I don't like MathCad. It is such a honky tonky load of crap, unbelievable. And then we get the 2001 version! I use the latest version, of course, crapwise certainly an improvement over 2001. - The Open University obviously wasn't by their right mind when they chose PTC ( the manufacturers of MathCad ). Perhaps they had no choice because PTC is the only supplier of mathematics software based on British soil. And Maple ( which seems to be almost as good as Mathematica ) courses are being dropped. Students do have limits as to what they will accept though.
Just about to ship a M381 TMA.