Term: 1192 - 1192

Instructor: Hwang, Ludwig

**Students will be able to formulate mathematical models for physical systems by applying relevant conservation laws and assumptions.**

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**Students will be able to choose appropriate methods to solve mathematical models and obtain valid solutions.**

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**Students will be able to judge the reasonableness of the obtained mathematical solution in describing the physical system of interest (i.e. decide “Does this answer make sense?”).**

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**Students will be able to non-dimensionalize mathematical models and articulate the physical significance of dimensionless ratios.**

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**What suggestions do you have for improving the course for next year?**

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