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A Mathematica Approach to Calculus, Second Edition

John T. Gresser, 2002, Prentice Hall, 303 pp., paperback

This calculus manual, written for Mathematica 4.1 for the Macintosh, is meant to be used as a supplement to a regular calculus text. Topics are covered in a way that parallels the sequence in a typical calculus course. By focusing complete attention on an issue of calculus rather than on the computation, the text shows how Mathematica can be used to gain a deeper understanding of calculus.

Chapters
Some Preliminaries | Basic Mathematica | Basic Integration | Applications of Integration | The Transcendental Functions | Techniques of Integration | Sequences and Series | Plane Curves and Polar Coordinates | Vectors and Analytic Geometry | Vector-Valued Functions | Multivariate Differential Calculus | Multiple Integration

This book is available in the Wolfram Research bookstore.


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