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## Mathematica Tutorial*

``From simple calculator operations to large-scale programming and interactive document preparation, Mathematica is the tool of choice at the frontiers of scientific research, in engineering analysis and modeling, in technical education from high school to graduate school, and wherever quantitative methods are used.'' -- Wolfram Research, Inc.

1. Calculus I (Math 1426)
• Lesson 1: Basic Calculation and Graphing
[ Mathematica Notebook (.nb) file of Lesson 1.]
• Lesson 2: Limits and Differentiation
[ Mathematica Notebook (.nb) file of Lesson 2.]
• Lesson 3: Chain Rule, Implicit Differentiation, Linear and Quadratic Approximation
[ Mathematica Notebook (.nb) file of Lesson 3.]
• Lesson 4: L'Hospital's Rule, Min-Max (local & absolute), Curve Graphing, Newton's Method
[ Mathematica Notebook (.nb) file of Lesson 4.]
• Lesson 5: Riemann Sums, Definite Integrals
[ Mathematica Notebook (.nb) file of Lesson 5.]
*Developed by Andrzej Korzeniowski

## Calculus Computer Assignments*

Many of the following lab assignments use Wolfram's Mathematica and, in some cases, other internet resources.

1. Calculus I (Math 1426)
• Lab I.1 Limits: Visualizing    and
• Lab I.2 The Derivative of sinx and ex
• Lab I.3 The Derivative of bx
• Lab I.4 The Derivative of lnx and ln|x|
• Lab I.5 Mathematica Tutorial and Newton's Method
• Lab I.6 Visualizing Riemann Sums
• Lab I.7 The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus

2. Calculus II (Math 2325)
*Developed by Michaela Vancliff

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