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- You might find the following
*Mathematica*demos helpful. I strongly recommend you learn some basics of this powerful software program, which is available for your use in the Math Lab (BH 404, where the math lab workers can help you get started) and the Campus-wide Lab in the TC. It can also be downloaded to one home computer*free of charge*. You'll have access to it as long as you are enrolled at LSUS.- Here is a "Hands-on Start to Mathematica" screencast.
- I wrote this demo it for a Calc I class long ago, but it has some examples of plotting functions of two variables. Since that time,
*Mathematica*has undergone quite a few revisions, but most of it should work the same way. Here is the demo in the form of a web page.

- Here are a few odds and ends from previous semesters that you might find useful or amusing.
**Note: We used a different textbook at the time**, so the problem numbers are meaningless.- #6.2.3: Some pictures associated with an old (2 Jan 2002) discussion of problem #6.2.3. Also, see the following LiveGraphics3D versions of these: One slice and many slices
- #6.2.49"b": The problem of finding volumes of a self-intersecting figure. A student asked about this a few years ago.
- The book's answer to #6-1-23 is wrong.
- 6.2.2 Some pictures associated with Friday's (4 June 99) discussion of problem #6.2.2.
- 6.2.9 Some pictures associated with Monday's (24 Jan 99) discussion of problem #6.2.9.
- 6.3.X Some pictures illustrating (I hope) the method of shells.
- Intro to
*Matt*--- The*Mathematica*notebook we wrote in class, Thursday Feb 4, 1999.- HTML version (about 83Kb total)

- Previous exams. DO NOT take these as a guarantee that this semester's exams will in any way be similar. This year I might reduce the possible points available (eliminating many questions and extra credit problems).
- Spring 2009
- A copy of Test #1.
- A copy of Test #2.
- A copy of Test #3.
- A copy of Final Exam.

- Fall 2007
- A copy of Test #1.
- A copy of Test #2.
- A copy of Test #3.
- A copy of the Final Exam.

- Fall 2005
- A copy of Test #1 and a copy with solutions.
- A copy of Test #2 and a copy with solutions.
- A copy of Test #3 and a copy with solutions.
- A copy of the Final Exam and a copy with solutions.

- Spring 2009

You might want to check the Web for Calculus stuff. You'll probably need to dig around a while before finding something you like. If you find something, post it in The Lounge. You could try Calculus.org, for example. Although your textbook is free this semester, you can supplement your reading with an increasing number of free calculus texts, such as this one from MIT OpenCourseWare.