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This website provides students and faculty with access to precalculus, calculus, linear algebra and differential equations computer projects. These projects are basic, many are novel, interesting and challenging. Important background information, if necessary, is summarized. They can be simply viewed and adapted to a suitable Computer Algebra Systems software. Viewers having Maple 8 or an earlier release on their computers will be able to download and modify the projects.
These projects were created and class tested at Queensborough Community College, Medgar Evers College and Borough of Manhattan Community College of the City University of New York as some of the activities of two MSEIP collaborative grants for 1998-2001 and 2001-2004 to improve student achievement in higher level mathematics courses. The projects are designed for use as cooperative learning experiences in a laboratory setting and are interactive if Maple 8 or earlier releases are used.
Since the sequence of topics in calculus varies among schools, visit all three calculus web pages.
To begin, click on a link from the menu below:
|Contributors:||Jay Appleman, Queensborough Community College|
|Mona Fabricant, Queensborough Community College|
|Shailaja Nagarkatte, Queensborough Comunity College|
|Umesh Nagarkatte, Medgar Evers College|
|Sandy Peskin, Queensborough Comunity College|
|Henry Ricardo, Medgar Evers College|
|Roza Rusinek, Queensborough Community College|
|Mahmoud Sayrafizadeh, Medgar Evers College|
|David B. Sher, Nassau Community College, SUNY|
|Larry Sher, Borough of Manhattan Community College|
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Date Last Updated: September 25, 2003