Calculus Computer Assignments
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Mathematica Tutorial*
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 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, MinMax (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.
 Calculus I (Math 1426)
 Lab I.1
Limits: Visualizing
and
 Lab I.2
The Derivative of sinx and e^{x}
 Lab I.3
The Derivative of b^{x}
 Lab I.4
The Derivative of lnx and lnx
 Lab I.5
Mathematica Tutorial and Newton's Method
 Lab I.6
Visualizing Riemann Sums
 Lab I.7
The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
 Calculus II (Math 2325)
*Developed by
Michaela Vancliff
