Discovering Calculus with Graphing Calculator

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Wiley, Feb 15, 1996 - Mathematics - 204 pages
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Written as an enrichment supplement to a course in one-variable calculus, this lab manual enables students to apply calculus concepts with a better and more complete conceptual understanding in the place of rote memorization. The graphing calculator provides students with an extremely powerful tool to aid in this understanding along with insight into traditional calculus topics through graphical representations. It is a tool controlled by students themselves, offering a means of concrete imagery and giving them new control over their learning environment as well as the pace of that learning process.

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Fulvio Melia is Professor of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Arizona.
He is also an Associate Editor of the Astrophysical Journal Letters
and the Series Editor of a Theoretical Astrophysics book series. ergaenzebn!!

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