zip the files in the final project and send them by ftp are illustrated. class 24 slides

A zip file containing examples of nonstandard usage of the crossword.sty style file.

**Class 23 -- Modifying large documents, Part II.** We
add tex files exported from Maple to the calculus II book on the Chisel
Disk. class
23 slides. A zipfile
of the modified rootfile (book2.tex) and the and the exported files.
The postscript version of the new book is zipped
but still large (1 meg).

**Class 22 -- Modifying Large Documents on the Chisel, Part I. **
We colorize the text Visual Problem Solving and add a worksheet.
Class
22 slides. A zipfile
of the color postscript version of the new text.

**Class 21 -- Making exams with Maple.** We investigate the
ins and outs of making exams in a maple worksheet. Class
21 slides. A zipfile
containing a sample exam and the most recent mkcolor.pl

**Class 20 -- More on using and modifying Perl scripts.**
We solve some typical editing problems with Perl. Class
20 slides. Most recent clreps.pl
and mkcolor.pl
(put in chisel/bin).

**Class 19 -- Making LaTeX images of books of worksheets with Mknotes.pl**.
We build a small book of worksheets and make a LaTex image. Here
is the zipfile
with all the files used. Here is the color postscript
image (made with mkcolor.pl). Class
19 slides.

**Class 18 -- A little bit o' Perl** We study just enough Perl
to be able to read and modify Perl scripts. Two scripts glosub.pl
and clreps.pl are supplied in the worksheet
for class 18, Here is the postscript
version of the worsheet. The class
18 slides are kinda skimpy.

**Class 17 -- Making books of worksheets with Perl scripts.**
We show how to build a table of contents worksheet and an index worksheet
using mkcontents.pl and mkindex.pl. Here is a zipfile
of worksheets containing the documentation and perl scripts.
Here is the postscript
version of the documentation. Here are the Class
17 slides.

**Class 16 -- Animations: Pistons and Basketballs.
**We build a model for a moving piston, and another model for a basketball
game. Class
16 slides. Class
16 worksheet

**Class 15 -- Polynomials, pistons, and animations** We discuss
the piston problem and exporting its solution in a Maple worksheet to LaTeX.
We also briefly introduce the idea of an animation. Class
15 slides Class
15 worksheet

**Class 14 -- Procedures with polynomials.** We show
how to develop procedures in a worksheet and add to the Maple vocabulary.
Class
14 slides Class
14 worksheet

**Class 13 -- Investigating polynomials with Maple.** We start
to learn to use Maple as a 'symbolic manipulator' Add a little
to the homework for next week (see slide 6). Class
13 slides Download this worksheet
on polynomials.

**Class 12 -- Homework, spell-checking, perl, wrapfig, and pstricks. **
We look over some homework, do some editing, use perl for the first
time, wrap some text around a picture with wrapfig.sty, and make
some nice pspictures with pstricks. Class
12 slides Here is a zipfile of samples
and another zipfile for pstricks.
Download to your harddrive, follow the installation instructions
for pstricks on slide 5, and incorporate use of pstricks into your
letter to a friend. Take an extra week to do the homework.

**Class 11 -- Bibliographies, Indices, and Letters. ** We include
a bibliography and index file in the algebra book rootfile and write
a letter to a friend. Class
11 slides Here is the algebra book developement directory
in it's current state.
It is a zip file, so save it to your harddisk and unzip it from a
TexShell. Here is the source for the customized
letter. The graphic is not included. You can supply
your own. The assignment for Monday 3/2 is to write a
mathematical letter to a friend. (see slide 6)

**Class 10 -- Adventures with Algebra.** We start an algebra
book from scratch, and learn more about typesetting mathematics.
Class
10 slides . The rootfile adalg.tex
and a couple of chapter files numb1.tex,
polys1.tex
and polys2.tex

**Class 9 -- Using Rootfiles in LaTeX. ** We show
how to make rootfiles to organize books, quiz archives, etc.
The assignment (due Monday 2/23) is to make a handout using a root file.
(see slide 8) Class
9 slides . A sample rootfile quizes.tex
and its included files quiz1.tex
and quiz2.tex

**Class 8 -- Getting graphics with Maple. ** We show how to
use Maple to generate eps files for inclusion into a tex file.
The assignment (due Monday 2/16) is to make a geometry problem set with
graphics. Class
8 slides The source maple worksheet,
an eps
file generated by exporting the worksheet to LaTeX, and a separate
tex
file which includes that eps file.

**Class 7 -- More graphics**. We discuss
a making a key to a problem set. (We had bad network problems today.)
The source tex
document, a maple worksheet,
the eps
file, and a postscript
of the final key to the problem set.

**Class 6 -- Making a new problem set.**
We make a sample and an assignment
Class
6 slides The source tex
file and eps files (eps1
and eps2)
needed to make a postscript
of the sample problem set.

**Class 5 -- Review and extend knowledge of Maple** **
**We return to the beginning. Class
5 slides

**Class 4 -- Getting graphics. ** We discuss 3 ways to get pictures
into a LaTeX file. Class
4 slides The source tex
file, the bmp
file, and the eps
file we used today. The postscript
file obtained. The text editor I am using is pfe,
the programmers file editor. A
LaTeX2e help file gives partial help on LaTeX2e commands.

**Class 3 -- Modifying an old tex file** We show
how to get a tex file off the chisel disk and modify it. Class
3 slides A
LaTeX2e help file gives partial help on LaTeX2e commands.
The source documents of the modified test
(with graph)
and key
The postscript versions of the modified test
and key

**Class 2 -- Hello World! in LaTeX.** We show how to
go through the editing cycle after the Chisel disk has been
installed. Class2
slides.

**Class 1 -- Introduction** Class1
slides. Assignments
and grading policy.