Electronic Proceedings of the Twentieth Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate MathematicsSan Antonio, Texas, March 69, 2008Paper S100
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Dynamic Calculus Tools for Visualizing Calculus 
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The author demonstrates numerous visualization tools he has created using Excel and Java that visually explore many calculus concepts including tangent lines, rectilinear motion, Riemann sums, Euler's Method, slope fields, Taylor polynomials, washer and shell methods, 3D graphs of functions of two variables, etc. Most are available on the Web.
Keyword(s): calculus, Java, spreadsheets