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Kermack-McKendrick SIR Model
The Marching Chinese
Vega's 1794 Table of Common Logarithms
Solutions of Fermat's Equation
Polynomial Approximation of the Exponential Function
Marginal Utility Budget Line
Mapping Rectangles by the Elementary Transcendental Functions
Morphing from Plot to Log Plot
Graphs of Exponential Functions
Doubling Time Using the Rule of 72
Half-Life of a Radioactive Decay
The Powers Of Presidents and Prime Ministers
How Triple Powers of Integers Begin and End
Non-logarithmic Slide Rule
Circular Slide Rule
Graphs and Sections of Some Polynomial, Exponential, and Trigonometric Functions
Radioactive Decay or Drug Degradation
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