Electronic Proceedings of the Seventeenth Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate MathematicsNew Orleans, Louisiana, October 2831, 2004Paper S036
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Multiple Integration  Visualization and Animation Using Maple 
Bill Blyth
Department of Mathematics
RMIT University
School of Mathematical and Geospatial Sciences
Melbourne, VIC 3000
Australia
bill.blyth@rmit.edu.au
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MAPLE is used in a 'MAPLE immersion' mode for all teaching, computation and assessment. Visualization is used to introduce line
integrals in 2D as area of a wall built above a path; slicing diagrams for double (and triple) integration; and volume under a surface as
volume of a 'shed'.
Keyword(s): Maple, calculus, applications