Surname Institution Instructor Course Date Importance of Differentiation Equations Introduction Differentiation equations are probably the most used types of equations in real life. Their inclusion in my curriculum is important because to me they describe solutions for most of the physical biological engineering chemical and logical problems in the world. They help to solve problems that superficially look different and unsolvable and derive quantities that are intangible and unobservable such as motion gravitational pull diffusion and decay. Essentially they avail tangible models for intangible problems concrete solutions for abstract problems and timely answers for unobserved problems such as future value growth models. Importance and Application In almost everything I do I am motivated by the applicability of differential equations. As I sit down to drink some hot milk I may be interested to know how long it would take for that milk to get differentiation a user can apply such understanding in demographics to study population growth wildlife management disease spread and growth in science to study diffusion and carbon dating of materials in physics to study thermodynamics to study heat transfer and movement wavelengths and oscillations and in studying financial models and personal financial planning and investment decisions. References "Differential Equations In Real Life". 2014. IB Maths Resources From British International School Phuket. ibmathsresources.com De Groot S. R. & Mazur P. (2013). Non-equilibrium thermodynamics. Courier Corporation. Glasserman P. (2013). Monte Carlo methods in financial engineering (Vol. 53). Springer Science & Business Media. Martcheva M. (2015). Introduction to Mathematical Epidemiology (Vol. 61). New York: Springer. Wang Z. Butner J. D. Kerketta R. Cristini V. & Deisboeck T. S. (2015 February). Simulating cancer growth with multiscale agent-based modeling. In Seminars in cancer biology (Vol. 30 pp. 70-78). Academic Press. [...]
"Explain why Differential Equations are part of the curriculum required for completing your major. Why do you think they are so important for your major?" This is the question to be based on. Note: I am a math major. And do not worry about the date on the file.