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by Nancy Baxter Hastings and Barbara E. Reynolds

Edition: 99Copyright: 1999

Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York

Published: 1999

International: No

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Developed as part of the well-known NSF-sponsored project, Workshop Mathematics, these texts are intended for use with students in a math laboratory instead of a traditional lecture course. These new versions of the popular books, Workshop Calculus, are based on the use of graphing calculators by students enrolled in calculus. There is enough material to cover precalculus review, as well as first year single variable calculus topics. Student-oriented activities, experiments, and graphing calculator exercises are found throughout the text. Although these materials are graphing calculator dependent, there are no references in the text to a particular type of calculator. There is an appendix for use with a TI-83 which is available electronically and can be customized for use with other types of calculators.

Preface: To the Instructor

Preface: To the Student -Functions

Function Construction

Function Classes

Limits

Derivatives and Integrals: First Pass

Derivatives: The Calculus Approach

Definite Integrals: The Calculus Approach

Methods of Integration

Using Differentiation and Integration

Appendix A: Using the TI-83 Graphing Calculator in Workshop Calculus

Appendix B: Table of Integrals

Summary

Developed as part of the well-known NSF-sponsored project, Workshop Mathematics, these texts are intended for use with students in a math laboratory instead of a traditional lecture course. These new versions of the popular books, Workshop Calculus, are based on the use of graphing calculators by students enrolled in calculus. There is enough material to cover precalculus review, as well as first year single variable calculus topics. Student-oriented activities, experiments, and graphing calculator exercises are found throughout the text. Although these materials are graphing calculator dependent, there are no references in the text to a particular type of calculator. There is an appendix for use with a TI-83 which is available electronically and can be customized for use with other types of calculators.

Table of Contents

Preface: To the Instructor

Preface: To the Student -Functions

Function Construction

Function Classes

Limits

Derivatives and Integrals: First Pass

Derivatives: The Calculus Approach

Definite Integrals: The Calculus Approach

Methods of Integration

Using Differentiation and Integration

Appendix A: Using the TI-83 Graphing Calculator in Workshop Calculus

Appendix B: Table of Integrals

Publisher Info

Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York

Published: 1999

International: No

Published: 1999

International: No

Preface: To the Student -Functions

Function Construction

Function Classes

Limits

Derivatives and Integrals: First Pass

Derivatives: The Calculus Approach

Definite Integrals: The Calculus Approach

Methods of Integration

Using Differentiation and Integration

Appendix A: Using the TI-83 Graphing Calculator in Workshop Calculus

Appendix B: Table of Integrals