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Graphics Experiments



For students it is very useful to create their own experiments on the fly. This interactivity is achieved by allowing them to insert inputs graphically by mouse.


We also included several notebooks making use of simulations. Although these are not symbolic any more, they provide a good way of making explicit notions of probability and the for all quantification. In cases where such generalization is undesirable, teachers should warn their students about the existence of (hidden) exceptions.


Have been included in the calculus section since they are in the usual calculus curriculum.

Examples are in notebook format.

Graphical Input

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