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Need to learn recurrence relation discrete mathematics [closed]

Which is the best tutorial available online to learn the recurrence relation concept and its solution in discrete mathematics, in a systematic way?
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Applied ODEs for Numerical Methods

I am looking for a list of ODEs to use as examples in the teaching of a numerical methods course for engineers. I am looking for first and second order examples - the more applied (to engineering) ...
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Introducing derivative concept and definition

I need to give a short presentation on introducing a class of engineering students to the concept and definition of the derivative. I'm to assume that the students are currently at the appropriate ...
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Returning Student for STEM - Brush-Up Resources? [closed]

All, I am hoping to wade into an Electrical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering degree, but I have been out of college for almost 10 years. My last major exposure to math was good grades in ...
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Polar form before Cartesian form when introducing complex numbers

When I teach complex numbers to undergraduate engineering students, I invariably start, as appears to be customary, with $a + bi$ (or $a + bj$ for electrical engineers) and then follow up with the ...
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Teaching science and engineering students the field of inverse problems

There is a Mathematics Stack Exchange question on a good book on inverse problems for engineers. Here, I would like to ask for suggestions on how to approach teaching undergraduate upper-division ...
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English book for math for (electrical) engineering similar to German “Higher Mathematics”

Many universities in Germany have special math courses for engineers. These courses are often called "Höhere Mathematik" (higher mathematics) or "Ingenieursmathematik" (engineering mathematics). The ...
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How to incorporate optional higher level mathematical content in an Engineering Maths course?

Our department teaches two very large first-year "Mathematical Methods" courses (600-ish students) to Engineering students. The syllabus is dictated by their (future) needs and covers a huge array of ...
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Mathematics that can be worked into 8th grade engineering course

I have a section of 8th grade engineering/mathematics. The class is meant to be a support/enrichment environment rather than instructional, they have a separate math teacher for pre-algebra/algebra. ...
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Applications and motivation of abstract linear algebra topics for engineers

This semester I'm teaching introductory linear algebra for engineering students, and I don't think I'm doing a good job explaining why these topics are important; specifically, everything having to do ...
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Differential forms in mechanics?

I teach mechanics (including large deformation and flow of continua) to mechanical engineering students and have a continuing mission to drag the teaching of mechanics into the 20th century (I'll ...
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Are there more modern or computation oriented applications of complex analysis in science and engineering?

No doubt that complex analysis is a tremendously useful with plenty of applications in engineering and physics. Common raw applications of complex analysis includes: evaluation of ordinary and ...
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Reference requests: Is there a text that is even more advanced than books on “advanced engineering mathematics”

Advanced engineering mathematics is a subject of its own, building up from simple notions of functions, series, integration techniques and brief review of linear algebra which leads to transform ...
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New math. teaching assistant facing big problems, what to start with? [closed]

I'm new math teaching assistant in faculty of engineering in Egypt. And after one term only, I found 3 big problems here: 1) There is no help in teaching me how to teach. It's up to my own skills. 2)...
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How to teach mathematically about Fourier analysis and synthesis? [duplicate]

I have recently started teaching. It gets totally blank in front of the big crowd. Now, I am quite confused about how to start teaching the Fourier transform and Fourier series chapter. I want ...
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What Should be there in a Single Variable Calculus course for Engineers?

Thought a little background is required. The place I teach students learn Calculus in school, not the theory but only the computational aspect. I am trying to teach Calculus to first year ...
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How can instructors bridge the gap between an engineering course in stochastic systems and a more rigorous Stochastic Processes course?

Systems and electrical engineering graduate students often take a course on stochastic systems (a.k.a. "Probabilistic Systems Analysis"). A typical course will present such topics as multivariable ...
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Linear algebra for engineers

When studying linear algebra in mathematics (I mean, for the people studying mathematics) there are many ways of approaching it, depending of your needs, however supposedly every mathematician should ...