Starting in the fall of 2009 the required technology in most mathematics courses at Thiel College became Mathematica. These sets of tutorials is being developed for calculus and linear algebra. In the future, other lessons will be added for higher level math courses and probably also for some chemistry and physics courses
For more information about Mathematica, where to find it at Thiel College or how to get your own copy click here. Although Mathematica is available on public computers here at Thiel, students will find it more convenient to have it on their own computers. This is especially true for students majoring or minoring in mathematics or the sciences.
These lessons are in PDF format and require the Acrobat Reader which is available free form Adobe.
Last Modified: September 4, 2013
If you have comments, questions, or corrections regarding this material please contact one of the authors,
Jie Wu, Jeonghun Kim
or Merv Newton >