AUTHORS: Hollis, Selwyn - ©2012
Over the past two decades the wide availability of powerful computational software such as Mathematica ® has had a significant effect upon the way calculus is taught and learned. Remarkably, computations that would have been extraordinary just a few years ago—and certainly unimaginable in the times of Newton, Gauss, and Riemann—can be done easily with a computer and Mathematica. The primary goal of this manual is to show you how Mathematica can help you learn and use calculus. The approach is to use Mathematica as a tool for exploring calculus concepts and the way calculus can be used to solve problems.