- For general questions about how WeBWorK works, see the WeBWorK Student FAQ page.
- For questions about how to enter mathematical notation, see the WeBWorK Mathematical Notation page.

SageMath is a free, open-source mathematics software system that is based on Python. It is intended to be an "open source alternative to Magma, Maple, Mathematica, and MATLAB." You can download it (for free!) here. You can also run it in the cloud here.

Here are some useful links for learning and using SageMath:

- You can find a multitude of resources on the SageMath support page.
- Here you can find a searchable index of topics in the SageMath manual. (Using a search engine also works well.)
- You can browse a large collection of SageMath-related questions and answers at ask.sagemath.org. You can also ask questions of your own.

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. Dartmouth has a site license for Mathematica: you can download it (for free!) here.

Here are some useful links for learning and using Mathematica:

- The download link above also has links to various Mathematica tutorials.
- Wolfram's own site has many useful resources.
- On Wolfram's Demonstrations Project you can find many demos illustrating concepts from calculus.
- You can browse a large collection of Mathematica-related questions and answers at Mathematica Stack Exchange. You can also ask questions of your own.

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.

- Khan Academy's Calculus 2 and Multivariable Calculus courses
- Paul's Online Math Notes for Calculus II and Calculus III