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Presenter(s):Daniel D. Warner, Holly Peters Hirst, Neil J. Calkin
ABSTRACT: This workshop will continue the hands-on introduction to the Sage Mathematics Computing Environment. This session will focus on using Sage as a tool for exploring intermediate mathematical topics, particularly topics that could be encountered in Calculus and other undergraduate courses. The presentation will include material on some of the advanced graphics features, such as phase plane portraits and surface plots, as well as standard problems in symbolic differentiation and integration. In addition, the workshop will provide exploratory problems that may well lead the participants to new insights.
Assumed background: "Introduction to Sage as a Tool for Computing" session or equivalent.