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Written by participants at the 2005 workshop Models: Models are approximations of nature that can be used to test a particular aspect or set of aspects of a complex system. In addition to clear and specific learning outcomes or objectives, some of the other conditions and controls that may apply are discussed in the following paragraphs. Why are mathematicians so concerned with rigor in calculus? Textbooks encourage “exploration,” so do not provide explanations or examples.

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