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written by Samuel Dagan
published by the Academic Priority, Ltd
This web site contains courseware for single and many-variables calculus designed for introductory undergraduate physics and engineering students. Included are text explanations and solved exercises, supported by animated and interactive graphics. The graphics make the material useful for a broader audience in both the classroom and by individual students.
These materials use MathML and SVG. The free Firefox browser can be used to view, these resources without any plugins on Windows, Mac and Linux.
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Is Based On Future Scientific Digital Documents with MathML, XML, and SVG
"Future Scientific Digital Documents with MathML, XML, and SVG" advocates the use of the open source technology, which is implemented here.relation by Samuel Dagan
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