5 edition of Calculus explorations with Maple found in the catalog.
Calculus explorations with Maple
Frank G. Hagin
To accompany: Calculus, by Gerald L. Bradley and Karl J. Smith.
|Statement||Frank G. Hagin, Jack K. Cohen.|
|Contributions||Cohen, Jack K., Bradley, Gerald L., 1940-, Smith, Karl J.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||122|
A Maple Exploration of Surface Curvature(s) Dr. Robert Lopez will share his Maple journey through these topics as he applied them to the surface at just a single point. Clickable Calculus. John Oprea's "The Mathematics of Soap Films: Explorations with Maple" has five chapters and about pages. The book "is about the mathematics which describes the geometric properties of soap films.
Bundle: Calculus: Early Transcendentals, 7th + Enhanced WebAssign Homework and eBook LOE Printed Access Card for Multi Term Math and Science + Maple Student Version . solutions to exercises and problems in calculus or other homework where Maple is used, and also to stimulate your personal exploration of the many facets of mathematics. But please bear this in mind: You must do the thinking. Maple alone only performs the calculations you direct it to carry out. It .
A Mathematics E-book Application by Maple Animations A. Alharbi1*, F. Tcheir1, and M. Siddique2 1Mathematics Department, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 2Mathematics Faculty, ECPI University, USA Abstract-The role of technology and using specialized software in the educational process is growing in recent times. Many resources are available both commercial and. The course explored the big ideas of calculus and used “Infinite Powers” by Steven Strogatz as the course reader. The six lessons below engage students in active explorations of the ideas of calculus. Two of the lessons, Volume of a Lemon and Walk the Graph, include videos from our g: Maple book.
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Calculus Explorations with Maple Paperback – April 1, by HAGIN (Author), COHEN (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating1/5(1). Buy Exploring Calculus With Maple (Math exploration series) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Exploring Calculus With Maple (Math exploration series): Holmes: : Books.
This substantially illustrated manual describes how to use Maple as an investigative tool to explore calculus concepts numerically, graphically, symbolically and verbally.
The Mathematics of Soap Films: Explorations with Maple® The process can be understood mathematically by using differential geometry, complex analysis, and the calculus of variations. This book employs ingredients from each of these subjects to tell the mathematical story of soap films.
Advanced Engineering Mathematics with Maple is the essential companion for all your mathematics courses, including ODEs, PDEs, Vector Calculus, Matrix Algebra, Complex Variables, Numerical Methods and Calculus of Variations.
This book contains 87 "explorations" which are organized by topic. Each exploration page consists of about 7 problems and the pages are organized by topic. There is an exploration for almost every topic covered in a standard calculus class.
The Reviews: 3. Author: Mazen Shahin; Publisher: John Wiley & Sons ISBN: X Category: Mathematics Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» "With an emphasis on Maple applications to showcase graphical and numerical techniques, this book investigates and analyzes the behavior of solutions of mathematical models and also features interesting linear and nonlinear models from diverse disciplines, such as.
Everything you need to teach Calculus 1 and Calculus 2. Teaching Calculus with Maple includes Maple-based lecture notes, student worksheets, and demonstrations, homework that can be graded automatically through Möbius Assessment from DigitalEd, and more. Hundreds of books supporting Maplesoft products including Maple and MapleSim.
The books cover a wide range of topics including Algebra, Calculus, Differential Equations, Engineering, Modeling, Programming, Number Theory, Cryptography, Chemistry and more.
Clickable Calculus Study Guides These study guides make extensive use of Maple’s Clickable Math approach for point-and-click problem solving and visualization, so you can stay focused on the ideas. Learn from hundreds of worked problems, and then apply these same Clickable Math tools to check your own homework and get extra practice.
John Oprea's "The Mathematics of Soap Films: Explorations with Maple" has five chapters and about pages. The book "is about the mathematics which describes the geometric properties of soap s: 2.
Nature tries to minimize the surface area of a soap film through the action of surface tension. The process can be understood mathematically by using differential geometry, complex analysis, and the calculus of variations.
This book employs ingredients from each of these subjects to tell the mathematical story of soap films. The text is fully self-contained, bringing together a mixture of. The Möbius platform draws on all this mathematical power to generate and automatically grade assessment questions, create and display meaningful visualizations, and control the behavior of interactive explorations.
With the power of Maple behind it, Möbius is uniquely positioned to meet the specialized needs of math-based learning. Destination page number Search scope Search Text. The Mathematics of Soap Films: Explorations with Maple (Student Mathematical Library 10) The process can be understood mathematically by using differential geometry, complex analysis, and the calculus of variations.
This book employs ingredients from each of these subjects to tell the mathematical story of soap films. The text is fully self. Calculus Activities The primary focus of the 19 activities in this book is how the graphing calculator can be used to amplify and illustrate the meanings of important calculus concepts.
Author(s) - Linda Antinone, Thomas Dick, Kevin Fitzpatrick, Michael Grasse, Mark Howell Table of Contents 1. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Series Title: Math exploration series. Other Titles.
This substantially illustrated manual describes how to use Maple as an investigative tool to explore calculus concepts numerically, graphically, symbolically and verbally. Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.
A lab manual containing weekly projects covering a three semester calculus course. Accompanied by a diskette containing Mathematica notebooks for each project that provide code serving as copy and paste templates for the g: Maple book.
E-books and Study Guides Maple e-books and study guides offer more chances to explore, learn, and practice mathematics. The collection includes the Clickable Calculus Study Guide, which shows how to use Clickable Math techniques to solve hundreds of problems.
Visit Licensing Options. Some Examples on Using Maple to Increase Students™ Understanding of Calculus Darlene Wu 1. Introduction It has been almost a decade since Lean and Lively Calculus sent us down the road to calculus reform. There are still very great obstacles ahead.
The –rst obstacle is that reforming calculus requires more faculty time. Secondly, most.Explorations with MAPLE Second Edition Zaven A. Karian Elliot A. Tanis enhancing student learning in a calculus-based probability and statistics course.
In biology, synergism occurs when two (or more) substances or organisms achieve an eﬁect of which each is individually The data in the exercises of that book are available in a format.titles as the book. However, the purpose of the sections of this document is not to re-explain the material in the text; rather, it is to present the capabilities of Maple as they are needed by someone studying the text.
Therefore, for example, in Section (Heat flow in a bar; Fourier's Law), I do not.