Labs for Calculus II

Number 
Title 
Files 

1  Introduction to Maple and The Natural Logarithm Function  lab1.mws
lab1.html 
2  Inverse Functions: Their Graphs, Formulae, and Derivatives  lab2.mws
lab2.html 
3  The Logistic Growth Model  lab3.mws
lab3.html 
4  Fitting Linear, Exponential, Power, and Logarithmic Functions to Data  lab4.mws
lab4.html 
5  Trigonometric Integrals  lab5.mws
lab5.html 
6  Integration Techniques and the Integration Maplet  lab6.mws
lab6.html 
7  Limits, Rates of Growth, and l'Hopital's Rule, ``O'' my!  lab7.mws
lab7.html 
8  Probability Density Functions and Cumulative Distribution Functions
(includes two bonus questions) 
lab8.mws
lab8.html 
9  Taylor Polynomials and Their Remainders
(includes two bonus points) 
lab9.mws
lab9.html 
10  Numerical Integration  lab10.mws
lab10.html 
11  Power Series: Manipulation and Convergence  lab11.mws
lab11.html 
12  Sequences of Functions: Convergence  lab12.mws
lab12.html lab12Q2.xls 
13  Geometric Series and Drug Concentrations  lab13.mws
lab13.html 
14  Numerical Evaluation of Series  lab14.mws
lab14.html 
15  Plotting in Polar Coordinates  lab15.mws
lab15.html 
§ 12.7  Problem Set 12.7: #45  sect127no45.mws
sect127no45.html 
§ 12.7  Problem Set 12.7: #55  sect127no55.mws
sect127no55.html 
Calculus II Maplets  

Title 
Maplet Viewer 
MapleNet Link 
Numerical Integration  ApproximateIntegration.maplet  
Integration  Integration.maplet  
Limit  Limit.maplet  
Calculus I Maplets  
Title 
Maplet Viewer 
MapleNet Link 
Limit Evaluator  LimitCheck.maplet  
Derivative Evaluator  DerivCheck.maplet  
Tangent Lines  N/A  
Linear Motion Analyzer  LinearMotion.maplet  
Related Rate and Implicit Differentiation Calculator  RelatedRates.maplet  
Graphical Function Analyzer  FunctionAnalyzer.maplet  
Antiderivatives  antiderivative.maplet  
Riemann Sums  ApproximateIntegration.maplet  
Solids of Revolution (and their Volume)  VolumeOfRevolution.maplet  
Surfaces of Revolution (and their Surface Area)  SurfaceOfRevolution.maplet 
The same links are also available directly from the MapleNet server. The
URL to an table of contents is
http://maplenet.math.sc.edu/maplenet/meade/Calculus1Maplets/.
Additional MapleNet examples, tutorials, and documentation can be found at http://maplenet.math.sc.edu/maplenet/. 
While this demo is free, there are a number of features that are not functional in this version. For example, it's not possible to print or save any work and no userdefined procedures are permitted. But, you should be able to use this to view many of the worksheets that I (or others) have posted on the WWW.
Maple should be available in (almost) all computer labs on campus. If not, have the systems adminstrator contact Barbara Koski or Kathy Farmer at 7774657 or 7771303.
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