Welcome to the Complex, Technology Based Problems in Calculus Home Page
What we're all about:
We offer complex, technology-based problems in calculus with applications in science
and engineering. These problems have a higher level of complexity than traditional
text book problems and foster use of a computer algebra system. Each problem set
includes discussions of related teaching issues and solutions worked in Mathematica.
Each problem is provided in the following three formats:
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in HTML format with figures translated to GIF files.
This is readable by any standard WWW viewer, but a Netscape will probably
Translated to HTML by
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(ver. 2.2) (ASCII).
Download this version after viewing the HTML format.
.asc = .
Text as ASCII. This contains all the text of statement of problem,
comments and solutions.
How to search:
By category: Choose from categories that best describe the problem type desired.
Full text word search: All problems with the string you enter will be listed.
Keyword search: All problems come with a list of key words provided by the author(s).
All matches will be listed.
Alphabetically: If you know the file name for a problem set, you can find it
in alphabetical order.
Go to the
Rose-Hulman Math Department Home Page.
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Rose-Hulman's Home Page.
This page is maintained
Aaron Klebanoff. Questions,
comments, etc. should be directed to
The production of this material is supported by the National Science
Foundation under Division of Undergraduate Education grant DUE-9352849:
Development Site for Complex, Technology-Based Problems in Calculus with
Applications in Science and Engineering and the Arvin Foundation of Columbus IN.