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Title: How is Mathematics Used in Technology?
Url: https://math.commons.bcit.ca
Publisher: British Columbia Institute of Technology
Description: The British Columbia Institute of Technology posts this page on how mathematics is used in technology. A table format allows visitors to explore the relationships between the different areas of mathematics (listed horizontally) and several areas of technology (listed vertically). The applications listed in the table are then linked to a topic area page with more specific examples of how mathematics is used in that area of technology. Examples include the use of Integral Calculus in Chemical Science and the use of Algebra and Geometry in Robotics. They note that the project is not yet completed, so check for more examples in the future.
LC Classification: Science -- Mathematics -- Mathematics as a profession. Vocational guidance
Technology -- Engineering (General). Civil engineering -- Engineering (General). Civil engineering (General) -- Engineering mathematics. Engineering analysis
Technology -- Technology (General) -- Industrial engineering -- Applied mathematics. Quantitative methods -- General works
GEM Subject: Mathematics
Mathematics -- Technology
Date Issued: 2004
Resource Type: Collection
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Audio/Visual -- Graph
Format: Document -- HTML
Language: English
Rights: Copyright ���© British Columbia Institute of Technology, 1996 - 2005
Access Rights: Free access
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