Maple for Basic Calculus

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Delmar Publishers, 1996 - Mathematics - 375 pages
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The book shows how Maple can be applied to the solution of calculus. After briefly reviewing algebra (precalculus), the book shows how to apply Maple to the standard topics in college calculus. The emphasis is on first understanding the concept, then developing a sufficient familiarity through paper and pencil exercises before using Maple. The advantage of using computer algebra is shown by solving problems graphically and numerically prior to showing the exact analytic solution. In addition to the problems graphically and numerically.

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