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A Game-Changer for Mathematics: Mathematica in the College Classroom (Spanish)

Using Mathematica's Manipulate command to create instant dynamic interfaces dramatically helps students understand mathematics. Bruce Torrence, chair of the department of mathematics at Randolph-Macon College, explains in this video. Includes Spanish audio.

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