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Re: Mathamatica / Calculus Consultant Sought

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  • From: David Latin <d.latin at>
  • Date: Wed, 15 May 2013 02:56:12 -0400 (EDT)
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I would be interested, if you can please supply further details.  I have
strong skills/experience in Maths/Physics and of course in Mathematica.

  David Latin  (M.Eng.Sc.)

On 13 May 2013 14:48, David Fennell <d_j_fennell at> wrote:

> I am a new Mathematica user and have stumbled into a bit of a bind.  My
> attempt to learn Mathematica and regain long lost calculus skills has been
> frustrated by an unexpected stream of other work responsibilities.  I'm
> rolling up on a deadline that I will not be able to meet and would like to
> transfer what I've done already to a Mathematica/ calculus consultant for
> completion.
> The dynamics of a fairly simple mechanical system must be studied.
> Mathematica software has already been used (basically as a word processor)
> to describe the system and set up the equations.  The problem, as currently
> described by existing calculations, must be cast in a form solvable by
> Mathematica.  The scope of work includes:
> 1. Set up equations in correct form/syntax for Mathematica.
> 2. Use Mathematica to solve the calculus problems.
> 3. Use Mathematica to create a position vs. time plot.  (This plot is the
> desired output of the analysis.)
> 4.  Yell at me if you catch a mistake in my math or physics.
> The project will require strong calculus and Mathematica skills.
>  Differential equations and integrals must be found.
> Unfortunately, time is now extremely short.  I'm hoping that the bulk of
> the work can be completed this week.
> Regarding terms, I'm flexible.  We can arrange a lump-sum contract or an
> hourly arrangement (with an hours estimate).  I'm assuming pay by PayPal,
> but open to other methods that work better for the consultant.  I'm
> comfortable with up-front payment for a portion of the project (say
> something between 30 and 50%).
> If you are interested, please send me a private message.  I will forward
> project details for you to review in advance of your quote.
> Thank you!

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