Old Dominion University Calculus Project Computer-based Calculus I using Mathcad 5.0 for Windows (and Maple V release 3 for Windows) Computer Laboratories and Activities with Class Notes November 1994 P. Bogacki, G. Melrose, P.R. Wohl ================================================================== (IN)COMPATIBILITY NOTE: You will need Mathcad 5.0 for Windows and Maple V release 3 to access the enclosed documents (see Class Notes for more details). An older edition of our materials for Mathcad 3.1 for Windows, and Maple V release 2 for Windows, is also available. ================================================================== All the files are archived in the compressed file LABS.ZIP . In order to decompress the documents contained in this file, copy LABS.ZIP to a directory on your hard disk, and then enter UNZIP LABS (see the note about the UNZIP software at the end of this document). The first document you should retrieve and read is INTRO.MCD which contains some background information about the twelve laboratories and activities included here. You should begin exploring each module by reading its "Class Notes" file, whose name looks like: ??????-N.MCD . Here is a list of all the Class Notes files included in this package: BASICS-N.MCD Mathcad Basics LIMITS-N.MCD Limits DERIVT-N.MCD The Derivative SYMBOL-N.MCD Introduction to Symbolics CURVSK-N.MCD Curve Sketching OPTIMZ-N.MCD Optimization RIEMNN-N.MCD Riemann Sums and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus LOGEXP-N.MCD Logarithmic and Exponential Functions INTEGR-N.MCD Integration: Miscellaneous Problems DISKSH-N.MCD Volume of a Solid of Revolution ARCLEN-N.MCD Arc Length SRFREV-N.MCD Area of a Surface of Revolution All the other files included here are described in the corresponding Class Notes document. ================================================================== There is also a file ORDER.MCD which can be used to print an order form to request more materials from us. ================================================================== NOTE: Our laboratory modules are packaged using Info-ZIP's compression utility. Info-ZIP's software (Zip, UnZip and related utilities) is free and can be obtained as source code or executables from various bulletin board services and anonymous-ftp sites, including CompuServe's IBMPRO forum and ftp.uu.net:/pub/archiving/zip/*.