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  1. Math and Computation 2003: 1900 - 2000 A Century in Review, a Century Anew, Proceedings from a Meeting Held in Gatlinburg Tennessee by American Nuclear Society, 2003-04
  2. Top Dollars for Technical Scholars/a Guide to Engineering, Math, Computer Science and Science Scholarships by Clark Z. Robinson, 1986-09
  3. Math for Computer-Aided Drafting by David L. Goetsch, Deborah M. Goetsch, 1987-01
  4. Understand Electrical and Electronics Math by O. N. Bishop, 1993-03
  5. Advances in Math Computations and Reactor Physics Topical Meeting, Pittsburgh, Pa. April 1991
  6. A10 Basic Math for Auto Technicians Package by Thomson Delmar Learning, 1993-01-01
  7. Lang. lab controls audio, video & more. (North Carolina School of Science and Math in Durham, NC uses IS-10 Language Laboratory from Tandberg Educational ... (Technological Horizons In Education) by Elizabeth Greenfield, 1991-03-01
  8. Practical Math Handbook for the Building Trades by Paul Calter, 1983-08
  9. Mastering Electronics Math by R. Jesse Phagan, 1991-10
  10. Christiansen's Electronics Problem-Solving Companion: Hundreds of Fully Worked-Out Problems and Practice Problems, Covering Solid State Devices, Applied Math, Digital Electronics (Problem Solvers) by Victor F. C. Veley, Jacqueline S. Parkinson, 2001-05-07
  11. Standard Math Interactive by Daniel Zwillinger, 1997-09-29
  12. DOING THE MATH ON EDMs.(electrical discharge machining for moldmakers): An article from: Tooling & Production by Harry Moser, 2001-02-01
  13. Math for Construction, Workshop and the Home by Robert Scharff, 1982-03
  14. Basic Maths for Electric/Electron. by Singer, 1990-12-01

81. Help - Industrial Production - Physics Help And Math Help - Physics Forums
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82. Technology - Lake Land College
technicians apply their knowledge of electronics, science and math by assisting such as robotics, microcomputers, radio and TV systems and industrial controls
Technology Program Descriptions Certificate Automotive Mechanic
This program in Automotive Technology prepares students with entry level skills and knowledge necessary for employment in automotive dealerships and/or independent repair shops as service, parts and mid-management personnel. The curriculum is based on Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) standards designed to prepare students for certification in the automotive industry. Instruction is provided in the classroom and a shop equipped with the most up-to-date equipment available. Cisco Networking Academy
Computer Aided Drafting (CAD)

Computer Troubleshooting

This program is designed for students who already have a background in computer technology and wish to sharpen their computer tech skills while working to obtain the CompTIA A+, Net+ or Certified Electronic Technician CNST certificates.
Industrial Maintenance

This program prepares students for entry level into the field of industrial maintenance. Emphasis is placed on such areas as machine shop, plumbing and electricity, as well as concentration of mechanically oriented course work. Industry needs skilled maintenance mechanics. This is a nationwide problem, and the job market is open to both men and women. Thus, this program is offered to all, regardless of sex. For a person with training in industrial maintenance, a variety of jobs are available in many locations.

83. PIMS Fluid Dynamics Summer School
Topics will include fluid dynamics fundamentals, industrial and environmental flows Alternately, applications may be emailed to, mailed to.
4th Annual PIMS Fluid Dynamics Summer School
July 28 - August 9, 2002, Edmonton, Alberta
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The FOURTH ANNUAL PIMS Fluid Dynamics Summer School will be held from July 28 - August 9, 2002. Please email any administrative inquiries to
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84. TeacherSource . Math . Industrial Design | PBS
Activity I industrial Design The Geometry of Bicycle Designs (Grade Level 3 Logos Patterns and Weaving Career Connections Resources More math Concepts.
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Activity I: Industrial Design: The Geometry of Bicycle Designs (Grade Level 3-5) Using Symmetry to Create Corporate Logos Patterns and Weaving Career Connections Resources ... More Math Concepts Standards: Standard 4: Measurement (Attributes, Units, Techniques, and Tools of Measurement) Objectives:
  • Investigate how triangles can be used to design bicycles
  • Measure lengths and angles used to make different bicycle frames
  • Make conjectures about angle sizes and type of bicycles
Note to teachers:
Have students perform measurements in groups. Discuss the variation in answers and the meaning of precision. Also, discuss the usefulness of measuring twice to check for accuracy. Suggest averaging group measurements to obtain accuracy. * These standards have been adopted and are based on the information from Principals and Standards for School Mathematics: Discussion Draft, October l998, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Student Activity (PDF File)
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Activity I The diagram below identifies the various parts of a bicycle: the frame size, chain stay, seat angle, head angle, and back angle. On the pages that follow, measure the different parts for bicycles that have been designed for different purposes (racing, riding on trials, and performing tricks). You can measure the parts on the pictures provided on each page. If you have a real bike available, make the measurements on it as well.

85. Applied Statistics At Kettering University
IEN434, Engineering Statistics IV, 4. math-426, mathematical Statistics I, 4. math-427, mathematical Statistics II, 4. industrial/math Sequence, 8. TOTAL 28.
Dr. Leszek Gawarecki Mathematics Program Director Kettering University 1700 West Third Avenue Department FAX: 810 Flint, Michigan 48504 TOLL FREE: Students majoring in applied mathematics at Kettering University with concentration in Applied Statistics will study modern statistical methods related to the acquisition, organization, analysis, and interpretation of data. This concentration includes courses that emphasize the theory and application of probability, statistics, and mathematical modeling. This concentration also provides excellent preparation for the student interested in starting a career in the actuarial profession. The curriculum for applied mathematics includes core mathematics courses that are common to both concentrations. These courses comprise about one quarter of the total credits in the program. Considerable emphasis is placed on additional core courses in science, management and humanities. Kettering University is currently in the final stages of a major curriculum reform process. If there are any differences between the information on this page and the Catalog, the Catalog takes precedence. In addition to the core mathematics courses take by all mathematics majors at Kettering University, the student with concentration in Applied Statistics will also take the following courses:

86. Be Bold!
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87. Society For Industrial And Applied Mathematics (SIAM)
Society for industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) This is the homepage of the Society for industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM). Here you will find information about SIAM membership,

88. Society For Industrial And Applied Mathematics
Society for industrial and Applied Mathematics, About SIAM, Membership, SIAM Journals, Conferences, Books, SIAM News, Customer Service, search Activity Groups.
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89. Mathematics In Industry
To address issues like these, the Society for industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) with the support of the National Science Foundation sponsors a series
Mathematics in Industry
Have you wondered about sharing with your students the experience of solving mathematical problems in business, industry, and government? Learning more about the practice of mathematics outside of academia? Building better relations with non-academic organizations in your area? To address issues like these, the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) with the support of the National Science Foundation sponsors a series of regional meetings focused on the theme Mathematics in Industry. The first phase of the Mathematics in Industry (MII) study, performed by the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) with support from the National Science Foundation and the National Security Agency, sought to 1. examine the roles of mathematics outside academia;
2. characterize the working environments of nonacademic mathematicians;
3. summarize the views of nonacademic mathematicians and their managers on the skills needed for success and the preparation provided by traditional graduate education;
4. suggest strategies for enhancing graduate education in mathematics, nonacademic career opportunities for mathematicians, and application of mathematics in nonacademic environments.

90. RPI Math Sciences
math Problems In Industry An annual university/industry problem solving workshop, Applied math Resources Searchable database of applied math programs.
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For the current semester Math Problems In Industry
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91. OCIAM - Oxford Centre For Industrial & Applied Mathematics OCIAM, the Oxford Centre for industrial and Applied Mathematics is an offshoot of the Mathematical Institute of Oxford University.
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Home People Research Publications ... Internal Associated links OCIAM Mathematical Institute 24-29 St. Giles' Oxford UK Phone: Fax: E-mail: OCIAM , the Oxford Centre for Industrial and Applied Mathematics is an offshoot of the Mathematical Institute of Oxford University At OCIAM our aim is to develop relations between mathematicians and industry , leading to high quality research with a practical basis. At present the centre consists of 14 faculty postdocs/research fellows D.Phil students and 20 M.Sc. students. Ongoing fields of research include superconductivity, thin film flows, financial mathematics, complex ray theory, acoustics, glaciology, time series, nonlinear dynamics, exponential asymptotics and many more. Although the postal address is the same as the Mathematical Institute

92. Math For Business And Industry
math for Business and Industry. Last updated on Sunday, April 11, 2004. mathematics for Business and Industry is a one credit, interdisciplinary Resources/Career and Technical Educ
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Math for Business and Industry Last updated on Sunday, April 11, 2004
Mathematics for Business and Industry is a one credit, interdisciplinary elective course which meets the math core content requirement for graduation. Instruction will focus on the math core content. This course enables the student to explore mathematical content for personal, business, and industrial use. Math concepts and skills are applied through study and problem-solving activities in real-world situations in the following areas: banking, measurement, borrowing and investing, consumer purchases, and financial management. Appropriate business forms are used in each unit. At the discretion of the school, this course may be offered as an elective math credit or a Business Education credit. In either case, the math requirements for the core content for assessment are addressed.
Math for Business and Industry
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93. Ambient Empire - Industrial Strength Brand - Christopher Abad
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feb 9.04 - memetic oscillations in the early formation of social networks is correlated to the formation of the corrupt quasi-cliques (coherent structures) in mature social networks
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Practical math for the Protective Coatings Industry This handy new book presents an essential review of basic mathematical principles sspcstore

96. Some Reflections About The Math Problems In Industry Workshop
Some Reflections about the math Problems in Industry Workshop. 4/28/2000. My experience with the math Problems in Industry have been overwhelmingly favorable.
Some Reflections about the Math Problems in Industry Workshop
Ferdinand Hendriks IBM Research Division, T.J. Watson Research Center Yorktown Heights, NY 10598
I found that it is a good idea to bring several messy problems to avoid getting stuck too long.

97. SSPC Publishes New Math Book For The Coatings Industry
SSPC Publishes New math Book for the Coatings Industry. SSPC has published a new book titled Practical math for the Protective Coatings

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SSPC Publishes New Math Book for the Coatings Industry
SSPC has published a new book titled Practical Math for the Protective Coatings Industry by Raymond E. F. Weaver. As its title denotes, this new 231-page softcover presents a practical review of basic mathematical principles, as well as formulas and calculations commonly used in the protective coatings field. The first part of the book presents a review of basic mathematics, and provides easy-to-follow rules, tips, and formulas for simple arithmetic, solving equations, dimensional analysis, geometry, computations, and statistics. The second part applies these basic principles and practices to the slightly more complex formulas and calculations used in protective coatings work. It provides formulas and examples for determining dew point and relative humidity, spreading rate, dry film thickness, pigment volume concentration, transfer efficiency, and other important figures. The book also gives advice on assessing measurements and computations, and discusses cost issues such as the time value of money and comparing the cost of coating systems. The book's appendices include an 18 page glossary, rules and formulas, metric and US customary conversion factors, Celsius/Fahrenheit temperature conversion tables, theoretical spreading rates, and dew point and relative humidity charts. Practical Math for the Protective Coatings Industry sells for $45.50 to SSPC members and $65.00 to nonmembers. To order, or to obtain further information, please contact the SSPC Publication Sales Office by phone at 1 877-281-7772 (toll-free within the USA), or 1-412-281-2331 (if calling from outside the USA); by fax at 1-412-281-9992; or by email at

98. Department Of Mathematics And Statistics, Oakland University
Oakland University Home Page. Welcome to the Department of Mathematics and Statistics! Outreach.
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Welcome to the Department of Mathematics and Statistics!
Outreach Colloquium Series
OR at OU Colloquium Series

Industrial Mathematics and Statistics Seminars

Fifth Annual Midwest Optimization Seminar
Michigan Section of the Mathematical Association of America 2004 Meeting
Tentative schedule for upcoming semesters
Mathematics Genealogy at OU
(as of February 2004) prepared by The Mathematics Genealogy Project
Collaboration graph of members of the department

Link to Michigan college and university catalogs

Math and software help for parents and students (K-college)
For up-to-date class schedule information, as well as other general information, return to the Oakland University home page and click on "student, faculty and staff web services".
Special Announcements
We have texts on a variety of mathematics and statistics-related topics that we want to give away to interested people. Please stop by room 368A (in the main office suite) and browse our titles. How to reach us: 368 Science and Engineering Building
Phone: (248) 370-3430 Fax: (248) 370-4184 Department Chair: Louis Jack Nachman Department of Mathematics and Statistics Oakland University Rochester, Michigan 48309-4485

99. Indmath Info Server
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100. Wayne State University College Of Engineering
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