Stanley, McGowan, & Hull 1 2/26/03 FUNCTIONS AND **EQUATIONS** Dick Stanley, Ph.D., Diane McGowan, Susan Hudson Hull, Ph.D. Introduction This note discusses how two kinds of mathematical objects, functions and **equations** , are related to each other, and how they are different.

1 **Equations** Oxygen Consumption, Carbon Dioxide Production, and Methane Production The following four **equations** are used to calculate oxygen consumption (VO 2), carbon dioxide production (VCO 2) and methane production (VCH 4).

Algebra: **Equations**, Grades 8-9 2 **Equation** Creation Mathematical Focus ► Order of operations ► Equivalence ► Arithmetic expressions Students are introduced to an activity called **Equation** Creation.

8 CHAPTER1. LINEAR **EQUATIONS** Thus Aisrow{equivalent to B. Clearly Bis also row{equivalent to A, by performing the inverse row{operations R 1! 1 2 R 1; R 2 $R 3; R 2!

Chapter1 What are Partial Differential **Equations**? Let us begin by specifying our object of study. A differential **equation** is an **equation** that relates the derivatives ofa (scalar) function depending on one or more variables.

Chapter2 Linear **Equations** One of the problems encountered most frequently inscientiflc computation is the solution of systems of simultaneous linear **equations**.

2 Unit Objectives Given a five day instruction on linear **equations**, the following are unit objectives: ∞ Given instruction on how to create a table of values on the calculator from a linear **equation**, students will demonstrate how to make a table of values. ∞ Given technology instruction on ...

2-Step **Equations**—A Balancing Act Maggie Huffer Staunton City Public Schools NTTI Spring 2008 Page 1 of 7 Topic: Solving 2-step **equations**, representation of steps to the solution in different forms.

Multi-Step **Equations**. Kuta Software - Infinite Algebra 1 Name_____ Period____ Date_____ Multi-Step **Equations** Solve each **equation**.

Lab4: Solving Dierential **Equations** Using Maple Goals In this lab you will learn how touse Maple to solve dierential **equations** analytically (when that is possible) or numerically; then you will learn how to plot the solutions.