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Using Mathematica and CDF to Create and Distribute Interactive Physics Lecture Notes

In this Wolfram Technology Conference presentation, Terry Honan, assistant division chair of geology and physics at Blinn College, discusses the use of Mathematica and CDF to create dynamic teaching tools and interactive lecture notes for calculus-based physics courses.

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