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Coordinate Syllabi In Calculus And Physics Courses And Develop Learning Modules And Lesson Plans Yuen Chinn, Physics Department Irina Neymotin, Mathematics Department SUNYFarmingdale 

Develop A Set Of Problems To Present Mathematics In A Business Context Arnold Kleinstein, School of Management Diamando Afxentious, School of Management Flo Gordon, Mathematics Department Peter Harris, School of Management Steven Hartman, School of Management Paul Kutasovic, School of Management Sharon Petrushka, Mathematics Department New York Institute of Technology 

Develop Mutual Examples Which Will Link Two Courses In Physics And Mathematics  Modern Optics And Differential Equations James Peters, Mathematics Long Island University, C.W. Post Campus 

DaytoDay Coordination in Freshman Mathematics and Physics Course Syllabi. Alan Tucker, Applied Mathematics and Statistics SUNY Stony Brook 
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