A laboratory to investigate ways in which the
computer can help in understanding the calculus and
in dealing with problems whose solutions involve calculus.
No programming required; a variety of existing
programs will be used. Prerequisite or corequisite for
Mathematics 235: Mathematics 225 (Calc 3);
There is no textbook required for this course.
Information about the Math/CS Computer Labs is Here.
This includes how to remotely log into the lab, change your password, etc.
Week 1: Jan 17/19, 2017
Week 2: Jan 24/26, 2017
This week, we look at more LaTeX and then we introduce Maple.
Week 3: Jan 31/Feb 2, 2017
This week, we will look at more plotting options in Maple, then
write a short document in LaTeX using our results.
Week 4: Feb 7/9, 2017
This week, we'll talk briefly about more issues with LaTeX,
then introduce our first larger lab. We will break into groups,
and work for the remaining time today and for the hour next week.
Week 5: Feb 14/16, 2017
This week, we'll continue writing up the solutions to the biorhythms lab.
Week 6: Feb 21 (A) and Mar 2 (B)
Week 7: Feb 28 (A) and Mar 9 (B), (Midsemester)
Week 8: Mar 7 (A) and Mar 30 (B)
Week 9: Mar 28 (A) and Apr 6 (B)
Week 10: Apr 4 (A) and Apr 13 (B)
Week 11: Apr 18/20, 2017
Week 12: Apr 25/27, 2017
Week 13: May 2/4, 2017
Reserve Friday, May 12 1:30PM-4:30PM for Talks
More on this as we get closer to the date.