Papers from ICTCM-10 arranged by first author

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abstractpaper.pdf Margo Alexander10C016
 College Algebra with Interactive Computer Software
abstractpaper.pdf David F. Appleyard10C008
 Hard Calculus Problems Made Easy by the TI-92 Calculator
abstractpaper.pdf John J. Edgell10P006
 Calculator/Geometry Strategies for Understanding Properties of x^(m/n)
abstractpaper.pdf John J. Edgell, Michael J. Brown10C035
 Calculator/Geometry Strategies for Understanding x^(m/n)
abstractpaper.html Bahram Golshan10P007
 Mathematics with Spreadsheets
abstractpaper.pdf Margaret James, Phillip Kent, Phil Ramsden10P008
 TangentField: A tool for 'webbing' the learning of differential equations
abstractpaper.pdf Kenneth Kramer10P009
 Using Mathematica in a Course on Number Theory
abstractpaper.pdf Robert Kreczner10C003
 Cubic Equations - Their Presence, Importance and Applications in the Age of Technology
abstractpaper.html Suda Kunyosying10C031
 'Instant Insanity' meets Computer Algebra!
abstractpaper.pdf Gary M. Lawler10C026
 Using Toolbook II to Create Graphing Calculator Instruction
abstractpaper.pdf Larry E. Mansfield10P011
 An Advanced Mathematics Classroom/Laboratory
abstractpaper.html John C. Miller10P013
 Intelligent Help at Every Step: The Impossible Mathematical Dream?
abstractpaper.pdf Brian R. O'Callaghan10C019
 Calculators, Attitudes, and Success
abstractpaper.html Shari Prevost10C006
 Interactive Calculus Laboratories Using Maple V
abstractpaper.html John F. Putz10C009
 Animated Demonstrations for Multivariable Calculus
abstractpaper.pdf Linda Sundbye10C027
 Chaos and Fractals on the TI Graphing Calculator
abstractpaper.pdf Paul K. Swets10C046
 Let's Talk: Using Conferencing Software in Mathematics Courses
abstractpaper.html Charles B. Wakefield10C007
 Velocity Profile of a Particle Moving on an Irregular Pathway With Friction Using a Computer Algebra System
abstractpaper.pdf Randy Westhoff10C011
 Developing Shading Functions for Surfaces using Mathematica
abstractpaper.pdf Jacci White10C015
 Retention and Attitudes Toward Mathematics and Computers: Their Relationship with Using Computers in Introductory College Mathematics Courses