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Title

Calculus WIZ
Author

Wolfram Research, Inc.
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Description

Calculus WIZ gives you easy, friendly access to deep mathematical power in a format designed to speed you through your calculus homework. Calculus WIZ gets its unmatched power from a specially customized mathematics engine based on Mathematica, Wolfram Research's renowned technical computing system.

Patterned after the most popular calculus textbooks, Calculus WIZ is a full electronic textbook, providing tutorials on all of the standard calculus topics. It brings mathematical concepts to life with three-dimensional graphics and charts that help you to better understand the problems you are solving.

Calculus WIZ also gives you flexible, interactive solvers that allow you just to type in a real problem and click a few buttons to get the answer you need. It allows you to solve your toughest homework problems without the drudgery of complex computations.

It's like having the perfect study partner--one who never sleeps, is endlessly patient, and knows calculus inside out!

Topics Covered
  • Functions and Graphs
  • Limits
  • Differentiation
  • The Mean Value Theorem
  • Curve Sketching
  • Applications of the Derivative
  • Integration and its Applications
  • Transcendental Functions
  • Techniques of Integration
  • Conics
  • Polar Coordinates
  • Parametric Equations
  • Infinite Sequences
  • Improper Integrals
  • Infinite Series
  • Differential Equations
Subjects

*Mathematica Technology > Custom Products > Calculus WIZ
*Mathematics > Calculus and Analysis > Calculus
Keywords

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