David M. McClendon Associate Professor
Department of Mathematics
Ferris State University
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 Math 220 (Calculus I)

 Recent syllabi and course calendars
          Spring 2019 syllabus and calendar [pdf]
          Spring 2017 syllabus and calendar [pdf]

 Course documents

          Lecture notes [2019 version, pdf]
          Old exams (with solutions) [pdf]

 Mathematica information and files

          Students:  obtain your copy of Mathematica by clicking here.
          Some general information about Mathematica [pdf]
          My Calc I/II quick reference guide for Mathematica [pdf]
          A guide to functions, plots and graphics in Mathematica [nb - right-click and save to your machine]
          Graphics from lecture on tangent lines [nb]
          Graphics from lecture on the second derivative [nb]
          Graphics accompanying the lecture on Newton's method [nb]
          Mathematica file containing code for Riemann sums [nb]
          Mathematica file on the Riemann sums discussed in lecture [nb]
          Figures from discussion in class on errors in Riemann sum approximations [nb]
          Handout on commands for producing vector fields in Mathematica [pdf]
          Mathematica notebook with vector field commands [nb]


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