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.
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
Calculus and Analysis