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Math 3

Group members

Introduction

A Problem Based Learning (PBL) main function search that the students use a methodology

for solving a problem based on a scenario given by their professor. This problem requires

different types of points such as: An investigation with concepts, a better understanding of

the theme, and the use of tools for solving it.

The purpose of this PBl is to find the function of a given device and also the mathematical

principle underlying the way it works. The key factors in this situation are

Define the problem

In order to know how to do our problem we made some research of different concepts to

have a more clear idea of what will be the best solution for solving this problem.

What is a function? A function is a rule which relates the values of one variable quantity to

the values of another variable quantity, and does so in such way that the value of the second

variable quantity is uniquely determined by the value of the first variable quantity.

The function has an input and an output, or also this is called the independent variable and

the dependent variable.

https://www.montereyinstitute.org/courses/Algebra1/COURSE_TEXT_RESOURCE/U03_L2_T1_text_final.html

How do we measure irregular shapes? We can measure irregular shapes by using a simple

method which includes: Making a sketch of the figure or object, dividing the field into areas

with regular shapes (Triangles, squares, etc) . Mark each of the regular shapes as A, B, C,

D, have relations between them for example height, length, distance between AC, or AB, or

AD. Use simple maths like the area of the triangle A, triangle B, or triangle C for last adding

all the areas you obtain.

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Vector Calculus is a branch of mathematics that sees the differentiation and integration of

the vector fields in a Three Dimension way. It is also called mutivariable calculus because it

includes vector calculus as well the partial differentiation and the multiple differentiations.

The themes that are very important in this calculus is that you study the differential geometry

and thanks to this you can apply it to fields such as: Engineering and physics.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vector_calculus

There are Four important theorems of vector calculus-

a) The gradient theorem for line integrals

i) This theorem relates line integral to the values of a function at the boundary of

b) Green’s Theorem

i) Relates the double integral over a region to a line integral over the boundary

of the region. If a curve C is the boundary of some region D, then C= the

partial of D Formula:

c) Stoke’s Theorem

i) Relates the line integral over a closed curve to a surface integral. If a path C

is the boundary of some surface S. C= the partial of S Formula:

d) Divergence Theorem

i) Relates the surface integral to a triple integral. If a surface S is the boundary

of some solid W. S= partial of W

ii) Formula: →

where we orient S so that it has an outward pointing normal vector.

http://mathinsight.org/fundamental_theorems_vector_calculus_summary

4. List what is needed

Form

Type of curve The object is a closed simple curve, because A=B and they do not intersect.

Solving How by applying this formula we can get to the correct and final answer

Formula

What each member of the team did? The different ideas of each one? Solutions

Adriana Participating on writing the report, making references, finding useful information and also

analyzing the concept for finding the correct solution.

● My solution:

Genesis Development of the introduction, some research of the investigation, writing the report and

development of the problem.

● My solution: The solution i thought for making this problem was to use the Green’s

theorem because by doing some reading and research i thought it will be the best

option for us in order to solve the problem.

Rodolfo Organize the time and help finding the solution for the problem, helping making the video and

also part of the PBL report.

● My solution:

Alejandro Making the PBL format, making the video, plot the hypothesis and participate on finding the

solution.

● My solution:

Hypothesis of the team:

By using the Green Theorem we can accomplished this problem because this theorem

relates to the curves that are closed forming an object. This object has two orientations: the

positive one and the negative one.

6. Analyze information.

7. Present findings

Development:

Present Findings →

Conclusion →

References

1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vector_calculus

2. http://mathinsight.org/fundamental_theorems_vector_calculus_summary

3. http://www.fao.org/docrep/r7021e/r7021e06.htm

4. https://www.montereyinstitute.org/courses/Algebra1/COURSE_TEXT_RESOURCE/U03_L2_T1_text_final.html

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