This is a manual to accompany James Stewart's Calculus: Concepts and Contexts, Third Edition. It shows how to learn and use calculus with the help of Mathematica--not as a "black box," but rather as a tool for exploring calculus concepts and how calculus can be used to solve problems.
The manual includes 24 extended exercises or projects, varying considerably in length, difficulty, and provided guidance. These cover a wide range of topics and are arranged in roughly the same order as the corresponding material in the Stewart text. Contents
Mathematica Basics | Limits and the Derivative | Applications of the Derivative | Integration | Applications of the Integral | Differential Equations | Sequences and Series | Projects | Appendices Related Topics
Calculus and Analysis