Joan R. Hundhausen
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After three years of teaching an integrated calculus and physics course, a number of observations on student learning have been made which suggest how teachers of the two subjects might better… Continue Reading
Abstract The differential equation that governs the buckling behavior of an inclined beam-column is obtained using the energy method, and the use of a suitable change of variable reduces the various… Continue Reading
This paper describes an experimental course integrating calculus and physics for freshmen, conducted with partial support of an NSF Curriculum Development Grant. A primary goal of the Project was to… Continue Reading
Joan Rohrer Hundhausen (firstname.lastname@example.org) has an MS in mathematics from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and a PhD in applied mathematics from CarnegieMellon University. Her… Continue Reading