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“When will I ever use this?”

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Wound Healing

THE UNKOWN VARIABLES OF HEALING (from the Spring 2002 issue of BYU Magazine) By Lisa Ann Jackson, ’97 A BYU math professor is using complex equations to help solve the problem of scarring. A BYU math professor envisions a world with no scars. Burns, scrapes, gashes, and slices would heal without mark or lasting tissue damage. Blemishes […]

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Economist

Economists study how society distributes resources, such as land, labor, raw materials, and machinery, to produce goods and services. They may conduct research, collect and analyze data, monitor economic trends, or develop forecasts. Economists research a wide variety of issues including energy costs, inflation, interest rates, exchange rates, business cycles, taxes, and employment levels, among […]

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A new wave to model mathematically

A tsunami is one of the most destructive natural disasters on the planet, from which mankind has not yet learned how to defend itself or to fully predict. said Konstantin Zhiltsov. Click here to see how he uses math to suppress the impact of tsunamis around the world!