# Preface

This tutorial was made solely for the purpose of education and it was designed
for students taking Applied Math 0340. It is primarily for students who
have some experience using *Mathematica*. If you have never used
*Mathematica* before and would like to learn more of the basics for this computer algebra system, it is strongly recommended looking at the APMA
0330 tutorial. As a friendly reminder, don't forget to clear variables in use and/or the kernel. The *Mathematica* commands in this tutorial are all written in **bold black font**, while *Mathematica* output is in regular fonts.

Finally, you can copy and paste all commands into your *Mathematica* notebook, change the parameters, and run them because the tutorial is under the terms of the GNU General Public License
(GPL). You, as the user, are free to use the scripts for your needs to learn the *Mathematica* program, and have
the right to distribute this tutorial and refer to this tutorial as long as
this tutorial is accredited appropriately. The tutorial accompanies the
textbook *Applied Differential Equations.
The Primary Course* by Vladimir Dobrushkin, CRC Press, 2015; http://www.crcpress.com/product/isbn/9781439851043

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Introduction to Linear Algebra

## Glossary

Leonor Michaelis | Maud Menten |

*v*of formation of product [P] is given by

*V*

_{max}represents the maximum rate achieved by the system, at saturating substrate concentration, and K

_{M}is the Michaelis constant. His work was taken up by German biochemist Leonor Michaelis (1875--1949) and Canadian physician Maud Leonora Menten (1879--1960), who investigated the kinetics of an enzymatic reaction mechanism, invertase, that catalyzes the hydrolysis of sucrose into glucose and fructose. In 1913, they proposed a mathematical model of the reaction.

*k*

_{f}is the forward rate,

*k*

_{r}is the reverse rate, and

*k*

_{cat}is the catalytic rate are all constants.

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