Presenters: Yuan Chiang
This presentation is based on what I have taught Calculus I, II and III using the software Maple at the University of Mary Washington recently. I will demonstrate how to use Maple to find the limits, relative maxima, relative minima, inflection points of functions, to sketch curves, surfaces, sequences and series, and to compute the areas and volumes bounded by two functions, etc. I also will discuss the recent 2010 International Congress of Mathematicians in Hyderabad, India (held every four years), where I presented a paper “Some Properties of Biwave Maps”. This paper has been published by the Journal of Geometry and Physics in 2012.