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Calculus I

Math 2413 syllabus Spring 2017.  Check here for the latest updates and corrections for the Calculus I syllabus.

How to open Mathematica Files from this website

You must first have Mathematica installed on your computer.  Then right-click the link and select "Save target as" from the drop-down menu.  Choose a local drive on the computer, your T drive, or a thumb drive as the location.  Be sure to save the file with the extension .nb.  Then open Mathematica, if you have not already done so, and use File/Open in Mathematica to load and run the .nb file you have saved.


How to get Mathematica

As a TSU student, you may obtain a student license for Mathematica from Wolfram.  Instructions are at

If you install Mathematica on your own machine, please use Wolfram's tech support to resolve any issues.


Introduction to Mathematica, a Mathematica .nb file

Basic Knowledge for Calculus I, a Mathematica .nb file by Dr. Keith Emmert


The following illustrator files are not Mathematica files.  They use interactive applets created by GeoGebra.  These applets use HTML 5 and should run on any desktop, laptop, or tablet.  It's a stretch to try to run them on a phone, but who knows?

Interactive illustrator for secant and tangent lines

Interactive illustrator for epsilon-delta definition of limits

Animated illustrator for the derivative

Newton's Method illustrator

Riemann Sum illustrator

Fundamental Theorem of Calculus Illustrator