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**calcE** is an extension package for
*Mathematica(TM)* which customizes
it for use in mathematics instruction, in particular the teaching of calculus. The name is
a contraction of "Calculus Enhanced". But the utility of **calcE** goes well
beyond this particular use. The primary feature of **calcE** is improved two- and
three-dimensional graphics through the **PlotE** and **Plot3DE** commands, which are
useful in nearly any application where graphics are needed.

The notebook calcEPromo.nb illustrates the basic features of **calcE**.
In order to view this notebook you must either have
*Mathematica(TM)* software or the free
CDF Player which allows you to read
Mathematica notebooks. When you have one of these, download
calcEPromo to your
desktop by right-clicking on that link, then open the notebook.

Although there is no complete documentation for the features of **calcE**, its features are
illustrated throughout the series of notebooks in the Calculus Laboratory Project, which
can be downloaded
here.

Download **calcE** (versions 9.0 or 10.0) from
this page.

This page last changed on January 14, 2015.

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