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Allan Bredenfoerder

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Slopefields and Euler's Method
Posted: Jan 8, 1998 6:29 PM
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My name is Allan Bredenfoerder . I have been teaching Advanced
Placement calculus courses for over 25 years. I am currently teaching
our BC Calculus course at Berkshire School. Because of the changes in
curriculum I have been looking for some materials to present the concept
of slope fields and Euler's method for solving differential equations
because I understand that it will be covered on the 1998 examination. I
would be particularly interested in a program for the TI 82 which will
graph slope fields.

This is my first posting to this listserv.
Any help would be appreciated

Thanks
Allan Bredenfoerder




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