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    • Generalization of Riemann's Rearrangement Theorem 

      Weber, Benjamin (2016)
      In this paper, we will examine Riemann's rearrangement theorem for sequences of real numbers. Continuing on, we will briefly discuss previous generalizations of the theorem to the n dimensional case. Because of the difficulty ...
    • The Mathematical Modeling of Forest Fires 

      Shaw, Clarice (2016)
      With worsening severity of forest fires in America, it has become a necessity to understand the behavior of these phenomena. Not only will this understanding assist land managers with preventing the start and spread of ...
    • Mathematical Models of Conventional Warfare 

      Schulter, Tod (2016)
      Modern conventional warfare consists of multiple forms of battle that can be mathematically modeled using differential equations. One such basic and widely analyzed system of differential equations is the Lanchester ...
    • The Mathematics of Power Outages 

      Post, Rachel (2016)
      The power grid in the United States suffers from unpredictable blackouts that affect millions of individuals, but what results in a total blackout rather than a simple power outage is not yet known. Through a Mathematica ...
    • War 

      Valentine, Elizabeth (2016)
      The card game War is known for taking a long time to play. There are many different variations of the game of which could possibly make the game shorter. Using a program which we wrote in Java, we calculated the length of ...