The author also reminds us how the premeds are the ones who always get the A+s in physics classes for some reason. :)OBJECTIVE–To develop a mathematical model for the determination of total areas under curves... In Tai’s Model, the total area under a curve is computed by dividing the area under the curve between two designated values on the X-axis (abscissas) into small segments (rectangles and triangles) whose areas can be accurately calculated from their respective geometrical formulas.
Friday, December 3, 2010
I saw an interesting post by An American Physics Student in England linked on In The Dark that I wanted to share. Go to the above link to read the full post: