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A graphing calculator is any handheld device that allows the user to input equations in “y=” form and will output an image of the graph for that input.
Software run on a computer that allows the user to input equations and will provide a graphical image for that input.
Plotting graphs using a pre-selected range of x and y values.
Plotting graphs using a pre-selected range of x values where the ranges of y values are calculated such that al points fit in the window.
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Sometimes in a Calculus course it is helpful to use graphing utilities to graph difficult functions such as the ones with repeating values. Graphing calculators are needed to approximate solutions to some Calculus problems such as Taylor approximation.
Using graphing calculators and mathematical software such as MAPLE, Mathematica and FORTRAN are used in a typical Calculus course to handle long calculations and graphs of difficult areas and volumes. The use of mathematical software creates a degree of error on some calculation. The bound of an error in approximating Taylor polynomials will be discussed in more detail later on.
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The plots of equations are generated using a series of steps and guidelines.
Examples showing the different characteristics of some particular plots of equations are covered in this tutorial with the help of examples.
Concept map showing inter-connections of new concepts in this tutorial and those previously introduced.
Definition slides introduce terms as they are needed.
Visual representation of concepts
Animated examples—worked out step by step
A concise summary is given at the conclusion of the tutorial.
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Mathematical Software programs used in a Calculus course
How to use graph functions using a graphing calculator and mathematical software?
Graphing special functions and their unique characteristics