There is a student companion site for our textbook with reviews, quizzes, Mathematica and other files.
Wolfram Mathematica is a computer algebra system used in many scientific, engineering, mathematical, and computing fields. Mathematica is particularly well-suited to computations involving calculus and differential equations. Dartmouth has a site license for Mathematica: you can download it (for free!) here.
Here are some useful links for learning and using Mathematica:
MATLAB (a contraction of "matrix laboratory") is a computing environment and programming language developed by MathWorks. Dartmouth has a site license for MATLAB: you can download it (for free!) here.
Maple is a symbolic computing environment and programming language developed by Maplesoft. Dartmouth has a site license for Maple: you can download it (for free!) here.
Includes video lectures, course notes, and practice problems with solutions.