Fall 2010
MATH 226: Limits and infinite series
Branko Ćurgus
 Monday, November 1, 2010

 Thursday, October 14, 2010


Today in class I used Mathematica. Here is the Mathematica file that I used. It is called FlipF.nb. Rightclick on the underlined word "Here"; in the popup menu that appears, your browser will offer you to save the file in your directory. Make sure that you save it with the same name. After saving the file you can open it with Mathematica. You will find Mathematica on many campus computers (for example BH 215).
 For more instructions on how to use Mathematica see my
Mathematica page
 Friday, October 8, 2010


This is a summary of the steps involved in limit proofs for
 Sunday, October 3, 2010


Here I summarize steps involved in limit proofs for .
 Thursday, September 30, 2010


Today in class I used Mathematica. Here is the Mathematica file that I used. It is called LimitAtInfDef.nb. Rightclick on the underlined word "Here"; in the popup menu that appears, your browser will offer you to save the file in your directory. Make sure that you save it with the same name. After saving the file you can open it with Mathematica. You will find Mathematica on many campus computers (for example BH 215). The following menu sequence will lead you to it:
Start > All Programs > Mathematica 5.2 > Mathematica 5.2.
Open Mathematica first, then open LimitAtInfDef.nb from Mathematica. You can execute the entire file by the following manu sequence (in Mathematica):
Kernel > Evaluation > Evaluate Notebook.
There are some more instructions in the file.
 For more instructions on how to use Mathematica see my
Mathematica page

If you have problems using this file please let me know. If you spend some time playing with this file you will enhance the understanding of math that we are studying and also learn the basics of this software package.
 Wednesday, September 22, 2010
