Poster Art Gallery Fall 2018 We modeled The Endeavor, a space shuttle, and mapped its orbital pattern when docked at the ISS. This poster provides the bare bones description of how to derive the way electromagnetic principles can be used to heat conductive samples using inductive heating. The creation of our snowy friend Cindy. Our poster displays a few applications of the divergence and curl operators in electromagnetism and shows how electric and magnetic fields are manifestations of the electromagnetic field. The poster illustrates the result of graphing a rough 3D model of the Saigon Notre-Dame Basilica using Mathematica, for easier multivariable application terms, imagine plotting 3D shapes in a three-dimensional space. Modeling 3D Animated Characters Using Polar Coordinates and Parametric Equations in Mathematica! This project finds the optimal meeting spots on campus for students on campus coming from any and all dorms. Do you want to control your daily sugar intake? Or do you just want to show to someone that you can use Math in real life WHILE EATING CAKES? Let us help you. Vera Zhao, 21’ and Anna Wang 21’ created a cute little PANDA using various 3D plot functions Using Constrained Optimization and Lagrange Multipliers to Maximize Production Subject to a Budget. We studied contour maps, gradient vectors, and directional derivatives both abstractly and practically using topographical maps of our home campuses: Bryn Mawr and Haverford. In our project we explore and model various shapes that appear naturally in space as well as the fabric of spacetime. This project explores the partial differential wave equation and the different ways in which it can be manipulated; specifically, this project derives the wave equation in polar coordinates and particularly focuses on the graphical interpretations in water waves. This project shows how principles from multivariable calculus can be applied to the interpretation of principles in pharmacology and medicine. Our poster illustrates the variety of bread shapes from different cultures that can be created using Mathematica. Visualizing a sundae bar through the plotting of equations in Mathematica. Merry Calculus! This holiday season we’re spreading love with the power of math! We used Mathematica to recreate the three bears from We Bare Bears in 3D: Ice Bear, Grizzly, and Panda. This project models roller-coasters through parametric equations. Hyperboloid Shape of Cooling Tower A Mock-up of a gothic style window using mathematical equations.