### List of images

- Image: Change in bacteria population density as a function of bacteria population density

Changes in experimental measurements of bacteria population density are plotted versus the population density at the beginning of the interval. - Image: Change in bacteria population density as a function of time

Changes in experimental measurements of bacteria population density are plotted versus time index. - Image: Bacteria population density as a function of time

Experimental data from measurements of bacteria population density are plotted versus time index. - Image: Bacteria population density as a function of time, for a long time period

Experimental data from measurements of bacteria population density over a long period are plotted with exponential growth model. - Image: Comparing evolution of bacteria population density with a parabola model

Experimental data from measurements of bacteria population density are compared with a model where the population size is a quadratic function of time. - Image: Binomial degree distribution

Histograms of a binomial degree distribution of a network with 10,000 nodes. - Image: Cartesian axes in plane the plane with point

The Cartesian coordinate system in the plane is illustrated by a point and the Cartesian axes - Image: Counterclockwise oriented upper half disk

A curve around the upper half of a disk, oriented counterclockwise. - Image: Counterclockwise oriented upper half disk

Two curves form the boundary of the upper half of a disk, oriented counterclockwise. - Image: Chain rule with geometric objects

The chain rule formula in terms of geometric objects. - Image: Approximating region as parallelogram to calculate area under transformation

To estimate the area of a small rectangle under a map, one can approximate the image of the rectangle as a parallelogram. - Image: Area transformation for change of variables in double integrals

Illustration of how a change of variables map changes the area and shape of a rectangle. - Image: Parallelepiped approximation underlying volume transformation calculation

To estimate the volume of a small box under a map, one can approximate the image of the box as a parallelepiped. - Image: Box chopped into smaller boxes

A box is chopped into smaller boxes, illustrating a Riemann sum underlying a triple integral. - Image: Shear flow gives circulation around circle

A vector field representing a shear flow leads to circulation around the unit circle. - Image: Circulation in a planar region embedded in three dimensions

Microscopic and macroscopic circulation in a region of the $xy$-plane, viewed as a surface in three dimensions.

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