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<p>This course module is designed to accompany the second semester of an introductory honours calculus course. Topics include:<UL><LI>inverse trigonometric functions<LI>hyperbolic functions<LI>L'Hôpital's Rule<LI>techniques of integration<LI>parametric equations<LI>polar coordinates<LI>Taylor and MacLaurin series<LI>functions or two or more variables<LI>partial derivatives<LI>multiple integration</UL><P>This material has been used at the University of Guelph since 2007, and has been used by approximately 500 students each time. The course module consists of 11 test banks and 11 assignments, designed to be used weekly. Almost all questions are algorithmic. About half are Maple graded. Many are created using a multi-part format which provides online questions where students produce all the steps they would produce in a full written solution on a midterm or final.<P>This content is part of <A HREF="http://www.maplesoft.com/contact/webforms/CalculusKit.aspx">Teaching Calculus with Maple: A Complete Kit</A>.<P>For more information about how this material is structured, and for some sample tests, view the <a href="http://www.maplesoft.com/view.aspx?SF=5307/Calc_II_Preview.pdf">preview document</a>.<img src="/view.aspx?si=5307/427244\web_folders/HyperbolicProperties.JPG" alt="Calculus 2: Maple TA test banks and assignments" align="left"/><p>This course module is designed to accompany the second semester of an introductory honours calculus course. Topics include:<UL><LI>inverse trigonometric functions<LI>hyperbolic functions<LI>L'Hôpital's Rule<LI>techniques of integration<LI>parametric equations<LI>polar coordinates<LI>Taylor and MacLaurin series<LI>functions or two or more variables<LI>partial derivatives<LI>multiple integration</UL><P>This material has been used at the University of Guelph since 2007, and has been used by approximately 500 students each time. The course module consists of 11 test banks and 11 assignments, designed to be used weekly. Almost all questions are algorithmic. About half are Maple graded. Many are created using a multi-part format which provides online questions where students produce all the steps they would produce in a full written solution on a midterm or final.<P>This content is part of <A HREF="http://www.maplesoft.com/contact/webforms/CalculusKit.aspx">Teaching Calculus with Maple: A Complete Kit</A>.<P>For more information about how this material is structured, and for some sample tests, view the <a href="http://www.maplesoft.com/view.aspx?SF=5307/Calc_II_Preview.pdf">preview document</a>.5307Mon, 16 Dec 2013 05:00:00 ZjweinerjweinerCalculus I
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This course module is designed to accompany the first semester of an introductory honours calculus course. The course is intended primarily for students who need or expect to pursue further studies in mathematics, physics, chemistry, engineering and computer science.<P> Topics include:<UL><LI>trigonometry including the compound angle formulas<LI>inequalities and absolute values<LI>limits and continuity using rigorous definitions, the derivative and various applications (extreme, related rates, graph sketching)<LI>Rolle's Theorem and the Mean Value Theorem for derivatives<LI>the differential and anti-differentiation<LI>the definite integral with application to area problems<LI>the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus<LI>logarithmic and exponential functions<LI>the Mean Value Theorem for Integrals</UL><P>This material has been used at the University of Guelph since 2007, and has been used by approximately 500 students each time. The course module consists of 11 test banks and 11 assignments, designed to be used weekly. Almost all questions are algorithmic. About half are Maple graded. Many are created using a multi-part format which provides online questions where students produce all the steps they would produce in a full written solution on a midterm or final.<P>This content is part of <A HREF="http://www.maplesoft.com/contact/webforms/CalculusKit.aspx">Teaching Calculus with Maple: A Complete Kit</A>.<P>For more information about how this material is structured, and for some sample tests, view the <A HREF="/view.aspx?SF=5294/Calc_I_Preview.pdf">preview document</A>.<img src="/view.aspx?si=5294/427241\web_folders/Images_Intervals/differential.JPG" alt="Calculus I" align="left"/>This course module is designed to accompany the first semester of an introductory honours calculus course. The course is intended primarily for students who need or expect to pursue further studies in mathematics, physics, chemistry, engineering and computer science.<P> Topics include:<UL><LI>trigonometry including the compound angle formulas<LI>inequalities and absolute values<LI>limits and continuity using rigorous definitions, the derivative and various applications (extreme, related rates, graph sketching)<LI>Rolle's Theorem and the Mean Value Theorem for derivatives<LI>the differential and anti-differentiation<LI>the definite integral with application to area problems<LI>the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus<LI>logarithmic and exponential functions<LI>the Mean Value Theorem for Integrals</UL><P>This material has been used at the University of Guelph since 2007, and has been used by approximately 500 students each time. The course module consists of 11 test banks and 11 assignments, designed to be used weekly. Almost all questions are algorithmic. About half are Maple graded. Many are created using a multi-part format which provides online questions where students produce all the steps they would produce in a full written solution on a midterm or final.<P>This content is part of <A HREF="http://www.maplesoft.com/contact/webforms/CalculusKit.aspx">Teaching Calculus with Maple: A Complete Kit</A>.<P>For more information about how this material is structured, and for some sample tests, view the <A HREF="/view.aspx?SF=5294/Calc_I_Preview.pdf">preview document</A>.5294Mon, 16 Dec 2013 05:00:00 ZjweinerjweinerStatistics Root Course
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<p>This Maple T.A. content is used in introductory statistics courses at the University of Waterloo, and has been used regularly over several years. The over 700 questions are clearly organized by topic, and provide extensive feedback to students.</p>
<p>Topics include:</p>
<ul>
<li>Basics</li>
<li>Confidence Intervals</li>
<li>Continuous Distribution</li>
<li>Discrete Multivariate</li>
<li>Discrete Probability</li>
<li>Graphical Analysis</li>
<li>Hypothesis Testing</li>
<li>Numerical Analysis for Statistics</li>
<li>Probability</li>
<li>Sampling Distributions</li>
</ul>
<p>See the <a href="http://www.maplesoft.com/view.aspx?SF=140634/Stats_topics.pdf" target="_blank">full topic list</a> for more details.</p><p>This Maple T.A. content is used in introductory statistics courses at the University of Waterloo, and has been used regularly over several years. The over 700 questions are clearly organized by topic, and provide extensive feedback to students.</p>
<p>Topics include:</p>
<ul>
<li>Basics</li>
<li>Confidence Intervals</li>
<li>Continuous Distribution</li>
<li>Discrete Multivariate</li>
<li>Discrete Probability</li>
<li>Graphical Analysis</li>
<li>Hypothesis Testing</li>
<li>Numerical Analysis for Statistics</li>
<li>Probability</li>
<li>Sampling Distributions</li>
</ul>
<p>See the <a href="http://www.maplesoft.com/view.aspx?SF=140634/Stats_topics.pdf" target="_blank">full topic list</a> for more details.</p>140634Tue, 20 Nov 2012 05:00:00 ZUniversity of WaterlooUniversity of WaterlooIntroductory Statistics
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<p>The material in this module is designed to cover a single-semester course in statistics for science students at the second-year university level. The questions are designed to span the topics listed below, allowing for practice, homework or testing throughout the semester. The questions are mainly of an applied nature and do not delve very deeply into the underlying mathematical theory.</p>
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<li>Introduction to Statistics</li>
<li>Descriptive Statistics</li>
<li>Basic Probability</li>
<li>Discrete Random Variables</li>
<li>Continuous Random Variables </li>
<li>Sampling Distributions</li>
<li>Inference for Means</li>
<li>Inference for Proportions</li>
<li>Inference for Variances</li>
<li>Chi-square Tests for Count Data</li>
<li>One-Way ANOVA</li>
<li>Simple Linear Regression and Correlation</li>
</ul>
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<p class="Default">For each topic there is a variety of calculation questions with numeric responses, as well as True/False questions that test understanding of fundamental concepts. Calculation questions have randomly generated values and many conceptual questions are composed of True/False statements randomly selected from a pool of relevant statements.</p>
<p class="Default">Calculation questions have full solutions provided, including illustrative diagrams where appropriate. Information fields are included on all questions indicating topics and difficulty level.</p>
<p class="Default"> </p>
<p class="Default">The module was first implemented in Winter 2012 at the University of Guelph and has seen a subsequent round of updates. In the Winter 2012 semester, the questions were given as (short) weekly quizzes, worth a small portion of the overall grade. After the graded quiz deadline, they were also released as practice quizzes, giving the students an opportunity to master the material.</p>
<p>290 questions. Sample quizzes are provided, spanning the course material.</p>
<p>Sample questions can be seen the <a href="http://www.maplesoft.com/view.aspx?SF=140635/INTRODUCTORY_STATIST.pdf" target="_blank">preview document</a>.</p>
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</div><p>The material in this module is designed to cover a single-semester course in statistics for science students at the second-year university level. The questions are designed to span the topics listed below, allowing for practice, homework or testing throughout the semester. The questions are mainly of an applied nature and do not delve very deeply into the underlying mathematical theory.</p>
<p class="Default">Topics:</p>
<table border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" width="100%">
<tbody>
<tr>
<td width="50%" valign="top">
<ul>
<li>Introduction to Statistics</li>
<li>Descriptive Statistics</li>
<li>Basic Probability</li>
<li>Discrete Random Variables</li>
<li>Continuous Random Variables </li>
<li>Sampling Distributions</li>
<li>Inference for Means</li>
<li>Inference for Proportions</li>
<li>Inference for Variances</li>
<li>Chi-square Tests for Count Data</li>
<li>One-Way ANOVA</li>
<li>Simple Linear Regression and Correlation</li>
</ul>
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<p class="Default">For each topic there is a variety of calculation questions with numeric responses, as well as True/False questions that test understanding of fundamental concepts. Calculation questions have randomly generated values and many conceptual questions are composed of True/False statements randomly selected from a pool of relevant statements.</p>
<p class="Default">Calculation questions have full solutions provided, including illustrative diagrams where appropriate. Information fields are included on all questions indicating topics and difficulty level.</p>
<p class="Default"> </p>
<p class="Default">The module was first implemented in Winter 2012 at the University of Guelph and has seen a subsequent round of updates. In the Winter 2012 semester, the questions were given as (short) weekly quizzes, worth a small portion of the overall grade. After the graded quiz deadline, they were also released as practice quizzes, giving the students an opportunity to master the material.</p>
<p>290 questions. Sample quizzes are provided, spanning the course material.</p>
<p>Sample questions can be seen the <a href="http://www.maplesoft.com/view.aspx?SF=140635/INTRODUCTORY_STATIST.pdf" target="_blank">preview document</a>.</p>
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<p>Description</p>
<p>The material in this module is designed to cover a single-semester introductory calculus course for biological sciences students at the first-year university level. The questions are designed to span the topics listed below, allowing for practice, homework or testing throughout the semester.</p>
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<p>Topics:</p>
<ul>
<li>Introduction to Functions</li>
<li>Composite and Inverse Functions</li>
<li>Trigonometric Functions</li>
<li>Logarithms and Exponents</li>
<li>Sequences and Finite Series</li>
<li>Limits and Continuity</li>
<li>Derivatives</li>
<li>Curve Sketching</li>
<li>Differentials</li>
<li>Linear Approximation</li>
<li>Taylor Polynomials</li>
<li>Difference Equations</li>
<li>Log-Log Graphs</li>
<li>Anti-Differentiation</li>
<li>Definite Integrals </li>
</ul>
<p>The vast majority of the questions are algorithmic and take numeric or algebraic responses. Information fields are included on all questions indicating topics. There are questions designed to test the students’ mathematical skills and ability to apply these skills to real world problems.</p>
<p>110 questions. Sample homework assignments are provided, spanning the course material.</p>
<p>Sample questions can be seen the <a href="http://www.maplesoft.com/view.aspx?SF=140637/INTRODUCTORY_CALCULU.pdf" target="_blank">preview document</a>.</p><p>Description</p>
<p>The material in this module is designed to cover a single-semester introductory calculus course for biological sciences students at the first-year university level. The questions are designed to span the topics listed below, allowing for practice, homework or testing throughout the semester.</p>
<p> </p>
<p>Topics:</p>
<ul>
<li>Introduction to Functions</li>
<li>Composite and Inverse Functions</li>
<li>Trigonometric Functions</li>
<li>Logarithms and Exponents</li>
<li>Sequences and Finite Series</li>
<li>Limits and Continuity</li>
<li>Derivatives</li>
<li>Curve Sketching</li>
<li>Differentials</li>
<li>Linear Approximation</li>
<li>Taylor Polynomials</li>
<li>Difference Equations</li>
<li>Log-Log Graphs</li>
<li>Anti-Differentiation</li>
<li>Definite Integrals </li>
</ul>
<p>The vast majority of the questions are algorithmic and take numeric or algebraic responses. Information fields are included on all questions indicating topics. There are questions designed to test the students’ mathematical skills and ability to apply these skills to real world problems.</p>
<p>110 questions. Sample homework assignments are provided, spanning the course material.</p>
<p>Sample questions can be seen the <a href="http://www.maplesoft.com/view.aspx?SF=140637/INTRODUCTORY_CALCULU.pdf" target="_blank">preview document</a>.</p>140637Tue, 20 Nov 2012 05:00:00 ZUniversity of GuelphUniversity of GuelphIntroductory Mathematical Economics
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The material in this module is designed to cover a single-semester course in mathematical economics for economics and commerce students at the second-year university level. The questions are designed to span the topics listed below, allowing for practice, homework or testing throughout the semester.<p>Topics:</p><ul><li>Rules of Differentiation</li><li>First Order Differential Equations</li><li>Higher Order Derivatives</li><li>Optimization in One Variable</li><li>Second Order Conditions for Optimization</li><li>Systems of Linear Equations</li><li>Optimization with Direct Restrictions on Variables</li><li>Over Determined and Under Determined Systems</li><li>Matrix Representation of Systems</li><li>Gauss Jordan </li><li>Matrix Operations </li><li>Types of Matrices</li><li>Determinants and Inverses</li><li>Partial Differentiation</li><li>Second Order Partial Derivatives</li><li>Multivariate Optimization</li><li>Second Order Conditions for Multivariate Optimization</li><li>Multivariate Optimization with Direct Restrictions of Variables</li><li>Constrained Optimization and the Lagrangean Method</li><li>Second Order Conditions for Constrained Optimization</li></ul><p>The vast majority of the questions are algorithmic and take numeric or algebraic responses. Dynamically labelled diagrams are included where appropriate. Information fields are included on all questions indicating topics and difficulty level.</p><p>The module was first implemented in Winter 2012 at the University of Guelph and subsequently used in Summer 2012 for the distance education version of the course, and has seen a several rounds of updates. </p><p>168 questions. Sample homework assignments are provided, spanning the course material.</p>The material in this module is designed to cover a single-semester course in mathematical economics for economics and commerce students at the second-year university level. The questions are designed to span the topics listed below, allowing for practice, homework or testing throughout the semester.<p>Topics:</p><ul><li>Rules of Differentiation</li><li>First Order Differential Equations</li><li>Higher Order Derivatives</li><li>Optimization in One Variable</li><li>Second Order Conditions for Optimization</li><li>Systems of Linear Equations</li><li>Optimization with Direct Restrictions on Variables</li><li>Over Determined and Under Determined Systems</li><li>Matrix Representation of Systems</li><li>Gauss Jordan </li><li>Matrix Operations </li><li>Types of Matrices</li><li>Determinants and Inverses</li><li>Partial Differentiation</li><li>Second Order Partial Derivatives</li><li>Multivariate Optimization</li><li>Second Order Conditions for Multivariate Optimization</li><li>Multivariate Optimization with Direct Restrictions of Variables</li><li>Constrained Optimization and the Lagrangean Method</li><li>Second Order Conditions for Constrained Optimization</li></ul><p>The vast majority of the questions are algorithmic and take numeric or algebraic responses. Dynamically labelled diagrams are included where appropriate. Information fields are included on all questions indicating topics and difficulty level.</p><p>The module was first implemented in Winter 2012 at the University of Guelph and subsequently used in Summer 2012 for the distance education version of the course, and has seen a several rounds of updates. </p><p>168 questions. Sample homework assignments are provided, spanning the course material.</p>140638Tue, 20 Nov 2012 05:00:00 ZUniversity of GuelphUniversity of GuelphIntroductory Electricity & Magnetism
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The material in this module is designed to cover a single-semester course in electricity and magnetism for physical sciences students at the first-year university level. The questions are designed to span the topics listed below, allowing for practice, homework or testing throughout the semester. Using the Maple engine that is part of Maple TA, a custom grading engine has been developed to provide even more flexible grading of scalar and vector responses. This partial grading engine can be configured to, among other things, assign part marks for missing units, transposed or missing vector components or missing algebraic terms.<p><p><B>Topics:</B><ul><li>Cross Products</li><li>Coulomb’s Law</li><li>Electric Fields</li><li>Point Charge Distributions</li><li>Continuous Charge Distributions (Integration)</li><li>Electric Potential</li><li>Electric Potential Energy</li><li>Electromotive Force</li><li>Resistance</li><li>Capacitance</li><li>Kirchhoff’s Laws</li><li>Magnetic Fields</li><li>Magnetic Fields Due to Current Carrying Wires</li><li>Forces on Wires in Magnetic Fields</li><li>Forces on Charges in Electric and/or Magnetic Fields</li><li>EM Waves</li><li>Two Source Interference</li><li>Double Slit Interference</li><li>Single Slit Diffraction</li><li>Diffraction Gratings</li></ul><p>The vast majority of the questions are algorithmic and take numeric or algebraic responses. Solutions are provided for most questions. Dynamically labelled diagrams are included in many questions. Information fields are included on all questions indicating topics and difficulty level. Questions that use the custom grading engine also provide detailed feedback about how the grade was calculated. </p><p>The module was first implemented in Winter 2012 at the University of Guelph and has seen a subsequent round of updates.</p><p>181 questions. Sample homework assignments are provided, spanning the course material.</p><p>Sample questions can be seen the <a href="http://www.maplesoft.com/view.aspx?SF=140639/INTRODUCTORY_ELECTRI.pdf" target="_blank">preview document</a>.</p>The material in this module is designed to cover a single-semester course in electricity and magnetism for physical sciences students at the first-year university level. The questions are designed to span the topics listed below, allowing for practice, homework or testing throughout the semester. Using the Maple engine that is part of Maple TA, a custom grading engine has been developed to provide even more flexible grading of scalar and vector responses. This partial grading engine can be configured to, among other things, assign part marks for missing units, transposed or missing vector components or missing algebraic terms.<p><p><B>Topics:</B><ul><li>Cross Products</li><li>Coulomb’s Law</li><li>Electric Fields</li><li>Point Charge Distributions</li><li>Continuous Charge Distributions (Integration)</li><li>Electric Potential</li><li>Electric Potential Energy</li><li>Electromotive Force</li><li>Resistance</li><li>Capacitance</li><li>Kirchhoff’s Laws</li><li>Magnetic Fields</li><li>Magnetic Fields Due to Current Carrying Wires</li><li>Forces on Wires in Magnetic Fields</li><li>Forces on Charges in Electric and/or Magnetic Fields</li><li>EM Waves</li><li>Two Source Interference</li><li>Double Slit Interference</li><li>Single Slit Diffraction</li><li>Diffraction Gratings</li></ul><p>The vast majority of the questions are algorithmic and take numeric or algebraic responses. Solutions are provided for most questions. Dynamically labelled diagrams are included in many questions. Information fields are included on all questions indicating topics and difficulty level. Questions that use the custom grading engine also provide detailed feedback about how the grade was calculated. </p><p>The module was first implemented in Winter 2012 at the University of Guelph and has seen a subsequent round of updates.</p><p>181 questions. Sample homework assignments are provided, spanning the course material.</p><p>Sample questions can be seen the <a href="http://www.maplesoft.com/view.aspx?SF=140639/INTRODUCTORY_ELECTRI.pdf" target="_blank">preview document</a>.</p>140639Tue, 20 Nov 2012 05:00:00 ZUniversity of GuelphUniversity of GuelphIntroductory Calculus
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<p>These questions are designed to accompany the first semester of an introductory honours calculus course. The course is intended primarily for students who need or expect to pursue further studies in mathematics, physics, chemistry, engineering and computer science. With over 250 question, topics include: basic material about functions, polynomials, logs and exponentials, the concept of the derivative, and lots of practise exercises for finding derivatives and integrals, and material about series.</p>
<p>This material has been used at the Keele University, UK for 5 years, and was used by approximately 150 students each time. This updated version incorporates some improvements and minor corrections found during previous use. </p><p>These questions are designed to accompany the first semester of an introductory honours calculus course. The course is intended primarily for students who need or expect to pursue further studies in mathematics, physics, chemistry, engineering and computer science. With over 250 question, topics include: basic material about functions, polynomials, logs and exponentials, the concept of the derivative, and lots of practise exercises for finding derivatives and integrals, and material about series.</p>
<p>This material has been used at the Keele University, UK for 5 years, and was used by approximately 150 students each time. This updated version incorporates some improvements and minor corrections found during previous use. </p>140583Tue, 20 Nov 2012 05:00:00 ZProf. Douglas QuinneyProf. Douglas QuinneyComputer Algebra and Arithmetic
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<p>These questions are part of a <a href="http://www.maplesoft.com/community/content/member_content.aspx?mid=18986">collection of content used at the University of Portsmouth</a> for first- and second-year engineering mathematics and computer science courses. Questions were created by Dr. Michael McCabe or by final-year undergraduate students under the supervision of Dr. McCabe.</p>
<p>This collection of 182 questions are designed to be answered with the help of Maple or another computer algebra system.</p><p>These questions are part of a <a href="http://www.maplesoft.com/community/content/member_content.aspx?mid=18986">collection of content used at the University of Portsmouth</a> for first- and second-year engineering mathematics and computer science courses. Questions were created by Dr. Michael McCabe or by final-year undergraduate students under the supervision of Dr. McCabe.</p>
<p>This collection of 182 questions are designed to be answered with the help of Maple or another computer algebra system.</p>140585Tue, 20 Nov 2012 05:00:00 ZDr. Michael McCabeDr. Michael McCabeComputer Calculus
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<p>This collection of 79 questions are designed to be answered with the help of Maple or another computer algebra system.</p><p>These questions are part of a <a href="http://www.maplesoft.com/community/content/member_content.aspx?mid=18986">collection of content used at the University of Portsmouth</a> for first- and second-year engineering mathematics and computer science courses. Questions were created by Dr. Michael McCabe or by final-year undergraduate students under the supervision of Dr. McCabe.</p><p>This collection of 79 questions are designed to be answered with the help of Maple or another computer algebra system.</p><p>These questions are part of a <a href="http://www.maplesoft.com/community/content/member_content.aspx?mid=18986">collection of content used at the University of Portsmouth</a> for first- and second-year engineering mathematics and computer science courses. Questions were created by Dr. Michael McCabe or by final-year undergraduate students under the supervision of Dr. McCabe.</p>140586Tue, 20 Nov 2012 05:00:00 ZDr. Michael McCabeDr. Michael McCabe