








Laboratories Using Mathematica (companion to Calculus, Sixth Edition, and Calculus of a Single Variable, Second Edition, by Swokiwski, Olinick, and Pence)












Publisher:  PWS Publishing 
  






Setting Up Mathematica and Using Its Graphic Capabilities  The Effects of Transformations on the Graph of a Function  Can You See a Limit?  The Relationship Between a Function and Its Derivative  Determining the Graphs of Functions from Data  Exploring Rules for Differentiation  Using the Derivative to Approximate the Value of a Function  Graphing Revisited You and Your CASA ProblemSolving Duo: Applied Optimization Problems  Graphs of Antiderivatives and Solutions to Simple Differential Equations  Summation Notation and Some Sums  The Definition of the Definite Integral  Numerical Integration  An Application of the Definite Integral: Estimating Heating Costs  An Application of the Definite Integral: Underwater Navigation  Some Area Properties of Cubic Curves: An Exercise in Theorem Proving  Finding a "Natural" Base: An Exercise in Some Approximation Methods  Antiderivative Formulas Involving Exponential and Logarithmic Functions  Application of the Exponential Function: Some Models of Population Growth  Finding the Value of Infinite Series  Using Polynomials to Approximate the Values of Functions  Applying Polynomial Methods  Exploring Polar Coordinates  Functions of More Than One Variable






Collection of laboratories that are coordinated with the texts, but are not dependent upon them. Designed to encourage students to experiment with ideas, make conjectures, and run experiments.













   
 
