Award-Winning

# Calculus Interactive Learning Software

DESCRIPTION

INTRODUCTORY CALCULUS is the ideal

## calculus learning and review academic software package.

It is## calculus educational technology

at its finest. The program covers the topics included in a one year course in differential and integral calculus.
Parents wanting a

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And individuals wanting

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INTRODUCTORY CALCULUS has been acclaimed for its educational excellence
as well as its flexibility. It can be used for self-study and to supplement classroom instruction in high school math
classes. The program features an adaptive, individualized learning environment suitable for
students at all levels of ability.

Designed by math educators and in accordance with math curriculum standards, the program contains
tutorials, examples and calculus problem solving exercises that progress gradually from the
simpler to the more challenging, allowing students to build their skills and confidence.

- Award-winning, curriculum-based calculus courseware developed by math educators
- Provides dynamic, interactive calculus lessons that are ideal for self-study, and as a supplement to classroom instruction
- Demonstrated success in boosting students' math skills and comprehension, and proficiency in problem solving
- Network versions contain student record-keeping, grading, and performance analysis features

AVAILABLE FOR
WINDOWS

- Windows XP/Vista
- Windows 7/8
- Windows 10

PRICING
Single User Version:
$49.95

Network/Site License Version: $350.00

Network/Site License Version: $350.00

TOPICS COVERED

Prerequisites for Calculus

More Differential Calculus

- Review of Powers and Exponents
- Evaluating Functions
- The Coordinate System
- The Slope of a Line

More Differential Calculus

- The Chain Rule
- Higher Order Differentiation
- Implicit Differentiation
- Max/Min of Quadratic Functions
- Max/Min Word Problems

- The Integral
- Integration of Monomials I
- Integration of Monomials II
- Integration of Sum of Monomials
- Integration of du/u

- Area Under a Curve
- Integration by Parts

- Derivative of Trig. Functions: Proofs
- Derivative of Trig. Functions: Problems
- Integration of Trig. Functions
- Differentiation and Integration of e
^{u} - Derivative of a
^{nx}

- Solids of Revolution
- L'Hospital's Rule
- Convergence and Divergence of Series