Over the past two decades the wide availability of powerful computational software such as

*Mathematica* has had a significant effect upon the way calculus is taught and learned. The primary goal of this manual is to show you how

*Mathematica* can help you learn and use calculus. Also, the first chapter of this manual is a tutorial that introduces you to essentially all the basic

*Mathematica* concepts necessary for working your way through the remainder of the manual.

This manual was produced entirely with

*Mathematica* 8 and relies upon many of the new features that have been introduced since

*Mathematica* 6. Most of what's contained here works in

*Mathematica* 6, and all of it works in

*Mathematica* 7.

*Mathematica* Basics | Limits and the Derivative | Applications of the Derivative | Integration | Applications of the Integral | Differential Equations | Parametric and Polar Curves | Sequences and Series | Projects

Calculus and Analysis,

Differential Equations,

Tutorial and Reference