In your own words, discuss the process flow of Mathematical Modeling.
SIMPLIFICATION – The first step in the Mathematical Modeling method is to
simplify the data and convert it to variables. After simplifying, we will be able to
produce a model to help us solve the problem.
ANALYSIS – This is the stage at which we find a solution to the model we
generated in the previous step. In this area, we will encounter sensitivity analysis
to study the uncertainty in the output of a model. We’ll have our mathematical
findings after we’re finished with this stage.
INTERPRETATION – The interpretation of the results of our analysis is included
in this step. The prior study yielded conclusions, which were subsequently
translated into real-world ideas. We now have a forecast and explanation for the
VERIFICATION – Last but not least, the solution’s quality will be evaluated. After
multiple testing, this is done to see if the model is dependable for future use. We
may use it in real-world circumstances after its quality has been established.