Electronic Proceedings of the Twentieth Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate MathematicsSan Antonio, Texas, March 69, 2008Paper S045
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Teaching Technical Mathematics with Calculus Using CAS Calculator Support 
Ben Rushing, Jr.
Northwestern State University of Louisiana
brushing@nsula.edu

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This paper outlines some results of using CAS calculators (TI89, TI92, voyage 200) to support Technical Mathematics and Calculus for Electronics courses taken by industrial and electronics technology students at NSULA. Specific examples of pedagogy (vectors, Fourier Series) are presented.
Keyword(s): TI89, TI92, Voyage 200, calculus