wxMaxima for Calculus I and II
by Zachary Hannan
Number of pages: 332
These books introduce the free open-source computer algebra system wxMaxima in the context of single variable calculus. Each book can serve as a lab manual for a one-unit semester calculus lab, a source of supplemental CAS exercises or a tutorial reference for students and instructors who prefer learn computer algebra by example.
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