Electronic Proceedings of the Twentieth Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate MathematicsSan Antonio, Texas, March 69, 2008Paper C014
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Exploring Limits with Maple 
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The paper discusses the use of Computer Algebra Systems, such as Maple, to investigate limits. The presentation includes examples and case studies focusing on visualizing limits, calculating and estimating limits in single and multivariable calculus, infinite series, and limits encountered in Taylor and Fourier series. The authors also discuss the shortcomings and misuses of Maple.
Keyword(s): Maple, limits, sequences and series, calculus