Calculus: Concepts and Context Single Variable Lab Manual With Maple
David Barrow, Art Belmonte, Albert Boggess, Samia Massoud, Jeff Morgan, M. Rahe, Kirby Smith, James Stewart, M. Stecher, Philip Yasskin
Brooks/Cole, Jan 1, 1997 - Mathematics - 197 pages
Contains 20 projects, sample syllabi, troubleshooting tips, and programming with Maple. Each chapter ends with a summary and a set of exercises.
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