# by D.C.M. Burbulla and C.T.J. Dodson Homepage

These materials arose from a project at the University of Toronto during the period 1989-1995, developing Mathematica based materials for use with first and second calculus courses for engineers. Several books arose from thi9s work, see for example: Self-Tutor For Computer Calculus Using Mathematica designed for a first calculus course, published by Prentice-Hall Canada in English (ISBN 0130152803) and by Prentice-Hall Japan in Japanese (ISBN 4-8101-8558-3 C3055 P2880E).

Latest Revision 8 November 1994, using Mathematica 2.2

Comments and suggestions welcome by email to:
burbull@ecf.utoronto.ca
or
dodson@umist.ac.uk

Directory: Accessing individual workbooks | Package Description | Important Notes | General Info
General information about Mathematica is available by email from: info@wri.com

High School Mathematics Using Computers
You can find more Mathematica notebooks, and Maple worksheets, covering the whole high school mathematics syllabus at: Experiments in Mathematics Using:

## Description of Workbooks

The ` SelfTutorCh*.ma ` notebooks correspond to Chapters in our book, Self-Tutor For Computer Calculus Using Mathematica designed for a first calculus course, published by Prentice-Hall Canada in English (ISBN 0130152803) and by Prentice-Hall Japan in Japanese (ISBN 4-8101-8558-3 C3055 P2880E).

Our introductory Notebook for Mathematica is `MathIntro.ma`, which you can open in your directory with command mathematica. When the program starts, select menu item "File" then "Open" and at the prompt box select
/yourpathname/MathIntro.ma if MathIntro.ma is in /yourpathname/

In MathIntro.ma you will find examples from a very elementary level up to others involving 3-d plots, differential equations and vector calculus.

The Notebook StatsIntro.ma introduces the use of Mathematica in common statistical situations.

# Note

YOU NEED TO INPUT THE COMMANDS IN SEQUENCE IN THESE PRE-PREPARED NOTEBOOKS, USE <Shift-Enter> ON EACH CELL

## General Information

Notebooks can run on UNIX machines with the X Window capability for Mathematica 2.2, under NeXTStep, on DOS machines under Windows and on Macintosh.

More Notebooks can be obtained from MathSource. See the World MathSource Wide-Web home page at http://mathsource.wri.com.

You can also access MathSource via email by sending by sending the one-line email message ` find intro ` to mathsource@wri.com.

Among other things, MathSource contains the electronic form of the journal Mathematica in Education.

## Mathematica PostScript Figures For LaTeX

The creation of encapsulated PostScript figures from Mathematica graphics for LaTeX and TeX documents is described in the LaTeX Tutorial http://www.ma.umist.ac.uk/kd/latextut/latextut.html