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DeRosa, Melody

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2 more resources for Derive and Calculus
Posted: Apr 16, 2002 8:44 PM
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The Stand-Alone Supplemental Books for Derive section
(http://education.ti.com/global/otherbook.html#14) has recently been
updated. There are several calculus labs mentioned.

One of the most recent books (developed by professors at the University of
Hawaii) is:

Calculus Concepts Using DERIVE for Windows. Freese, Ralph S. and Stegenga,
David A. This book
contains 12 chapters to go with first year calculus using DERIVE. It
contains DERIVE for Windows
screen images making it easy for the students to see what is going on. More
detailed information on
this book including how it can be used in a course and how to download 3
chapters for evaluation is
available at http://www.math.hawaii.edu/RDPublishing/CalcLabBook.
Prentice-Hall, 2000. ISBN
0-13-085152-3.


Melody DeRosa
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Texas Instruments
Office (518) 435-1737
Cell (518) 461-0828
Fax (518) 435-9991
mailto://mderosa@ti.com
http://www.education.ti.com





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