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Visit this Physics Central feature for historical background for chaos theory. You'll also find descriptions three recent investigations in this field--weather patterns, population dynamics, and the dripping faucet.
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This resource was a Physics To Go feature from October 1, 2006 until October 16, 2006. View the feature here!

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Chaos Rules. (2006, July 15). Retrieved December 5, 2023, from American Physical Society:
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