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Mathematical Modeling - October 8, 2009
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Funny. I never assume that the prey has unlimited food supply. If you do so you get weird results.

Weird results like ALOT of poop?

I'm a mathematician you know what I mean
And I do my big equations on the catwalk
Yeah on the catwalk on the catwalk yeah
I do my big equations on the catwalk

Why not? It took Principia Mathematica to page 86 of Volume II (1st ed.) to prove 1+1=2, and it wasn't mentioned as possible to prove until page 360 or so of Volume I.

That book does not represent an attempt to derive 1+1=2 as quickly as possible. There were many other higher priorities.

it's all about the parents perception of mathematical modeling :P
Math_Professor has it down pat rofl! catwalk... love it!
the blackboard has the Lotka-Volterra version of predator-prey

heh, last semester I took a class named 'Stochastic Models'...
it turned out to be a huge let down :(

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