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1. Information About Submitter
Your Role: Author
Name: Dr. Lawrence Moore
E-mail Address: lang@math.duke.edu
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 90320
City, State, Zip: Durham,  NC  27708-0320

2. Other Roles
Additional Role: Author
Name: David Smith
E-mail Address: das@math.duke.edu
Mailing Address: Box 90320
City, State, Zip: Durham,  NC  27708-0320

3. Resource You are Submitting
Title of Resource:   Limited Population Growth

URL of Resource:   http://www.math.duke.edu/education/ccp/materials/diffcalc/limpop/

Description of Resource:
Using Maple, Mathmatica, or MatLab, the learner should be able to model population as a function of time in a setting where there is a maximum population M that the environment will support. More specifically, to see that we can develop a graphical model from assumptions about the rate of change -- without any knowledge of an algebraic form for the model function

Taxonomy Path:
Taxonomy 1:    Mathematics/Single Variable Calculus/Differentiation
Taxonomy 2:    Mathematics/Single Variable Calculus/Functions

Keywords:    
derivative

4. Technical Information and Requirements for this Resource
Resource Format 1:
Mediatype: Math Application
Datatype: .m(application/matlab)
Resource Format 2:
Mediatype: Math Application
Datatype: .mws(application/maple)
Resource Format 3:
Mediatype: Math Application
Datatype: .nb(application/mathmatica)
Resource Format 4:
Mediatype: Web Page
Datatype: .htm(text/html)

5. General Information About the Resource You are Submitting
Difficulty:    Easy    Interactivity Level of this Resource:    High   
Language of Resource:   English    Intended Role of Primary End User:   Learner
Intended Use of Learning Resource:
    Exercise
Is there a cost for using this resource?   No Are there copyright restrictions?   Yes
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