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2006 Annual Conference & Exposition Proceedings
A Dynamic Systems course always relies on materials from previous mathematics and engineering courses. In Mechanical Engineering, these underlying courses are critical to the student's success in understanding Dynamic System's material. However, students rarely see the inter-relationship between material from different courses since there is no obvious common link. A Dynamic Systems course must allow the student to see the inter-relationship of this material. A new variation of this course hasdoi:10.18260/1-2--414 fatcat:bjbblsvn4rhvhnoknyiupgwzii