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1 Raison d’Maple
1.1 Four Properties of Maple
1.2 The Worksheet: A handy place to solve problems
1.3 Get to know the language
1.3.1 Problems:
1.4 Experiment!
1.4.1 Problems
2 An introduction to the Maple language
2.1 Arithmetic
2.3 Functions
2.4 Built in Maple functions and Operations with Functions
2.5 Using Maple as a fancy graphing calculator
2.8 A Brief Vocabulary of Maple Words
2.9 Trouble Shooting Notes
3 Setting Up and Solving Problems
3.1 What is a problem?
3.2 Setup – Solve – Interpret
3.3 A Swimming Pool Problem:
3.4 Four methods of solving equations
3.5 Problems
3.6 More About Plotting
3.7 Putting in a parameter
3.8 Problems
3.9 Defining your own Maple words
3.10 Problems
4 More worked Problems
4.1 A billiard ball problem
4.2 A Variation on the Billiard Ball Problem
4.3 Water tank problem
4.4 A ladder problem
4.5 Another Ladder Problem
4.6 Variation on the last ladder problem
5 Differentiation and its uses
5.1 Defining Derivatives
5.2 The student package
5.3 Problems
5.4 Newton’s Method
5.5 Use of the derivatives in plotting
5.6 Implicit Differentiation
5.7 Max-min Problems
5.7.1 A Paper folding problem:
6 More Max-min Problems
6.1 Stumbling onto max-min Problems
6.2 Problems:
6.3 Solutions
7 Early Integration
7.1 Learning to use the Maple words Sum and sum
7.2 Riemann Sums with the student package
7.3 Learning to use Int and int
7.4 Average value
7.5 Modeling the flow of air in lungs:
7.6 Two Area problems
8 Moments and Center of Mass
8.1 Center of mass of a Wire
8.2 Center of mass of a solid of revolution
9 Definitions and Theorems of Calculus I
10 Inverse Functions
10.1 A Useful Function – The natural logarithm
10.2 The inverse of the natural log
10.3 Inverse Functions: The inverse trig functions
11 Integration Techniques and Applications
11.1 Symbolic Integration Problems
11.1.1 A Substitution Problem:
11.1.2 An Integration by Parts Problem:
11.1.3 A Trig Substitution:
11.2.1 The Trapezoid Rule
11.2.2 Problems
11.2.3 Simpson’s Rule
11.2.4 More problems with Trapezoid and Simpson
12 Taylor’s Theorem
12.1 Taylor polynomials
12.3 Problems
13.1 Sequences
13.1.1 Periodic Points of functions
13.1.2 Problems
13.2 Series
13.2.1 Problems
13.3 Two interesting curves
13.3.1 The Snowflake Curve
13.3.2 A Spacefiller
14.1 Terminology
14.2 Problems leading to first order equations
14.3 Logistic Growth
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