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#### Submissions from 1996

What Will They Think of Next, James P. Braselton and Martha L. Abell

Visualization of a Surface Wave in an Elastic Medium via the Complex Poynting Vector, James P. Braselton and Cleon Dean

A Phase I Shewhart Chart for Unequal Sample Sizes, Charles W. Champ

#### Submissions from 1995

All Students Must Take College Algebra?, Deborah A. Bell

Approaches to Teaching Algebra at the College Level, Deborah A. Bell

Math 150 - Introduction to Math Modeling - An Alternative to College Algebra, Deborah A. Bell

A Modern Approach to Differential Equations, James P. Braselton and Martha L. Abell

Changing the Landscape of Calculus and Differential Equations or How Spiders Catch Flies in the 21st Century, James P. Braselton and Martha L. Abell

Computer Laboratory Experiences in Mathematical Modeling in Differential Equations, James P. Braselton and Martha L. Abell

Mathematics at Work, James P. Braselton and Martha L. Abell

Projects in the Undergraduate Mathematics Curriculum, James P. Braselton and Martha L. Abell

Technology in Multivariable Calculus, James P. Braselton and Martha L. Abell

A Uniform Error Bound for Overrelaxation Methods, Xiezhang Li

The Isolated Asymptotic Spectra of Banded Quasi-Toeplitz Matrices, Xiezhang Li

The Rate of Convergence for Optimal Iterative Methods Using the Overestimates of Spectrum, Xiezhang Li

#### Submissions from 1994

Graphing Calculators and Spatial Visualization, Deborah A. Bell

Who Takes Earth Algebra?, Deborah A. Bell

A Structured Approach to Experiments in Differential Equations, James P. Braselton and Martha L. Abell

Differential Equations: A Technological Approach, James P. Braselton and Martha L. Abell

Geometry and Computer Algebra Systems, James P. Braselton and Martha L. Abell

Incorporating Science and Engineering Design into the Mathematics Curriculum, James P. Braselton and Martha L. Abell

Laboratory Approaches in Differential Equations, James P. Braselton and Martha L. Abell

Projects in Differential Equations using Maple/Mathematica, Part I, James P. Braselton and Martha L. Abell

Projects in Differential Equations using Maple/Mathematica, Part II, James P. Braselton and Martha L. Abell

Some Differences Between Polynomial and Trigonometric Functions, James P. Braselton and Martha L. Abell

Technology: The Choice is Yours, James P. Braselton and Martha L. Abell

Retrospective Shewhart Control Charts with Supplementary Runs Rules, Charles W. Champ

The Rate of Convergence for Optimal Iterative Methods Using the Overestimates of Spectrum, Xiezhang Li

#### Submissions from 1993

Presentation given at TI-81 Calculator Workshop Mathematics Teachers, Georgia Southern University, Deborah A. Bell

Advancing the Study of Differential Equations with Technology, James P. Braselton and Martha L. Abell

Graphing Quadric Surfaces with Mathematica, James P. Braselton and Martha L. Abell

Pendulums, Drums, and Things, James P. Braselton and Martha L. Abell

Fuzzy Sets, Logic, and Measures: Applications and Issues, Charles W. Champ

The Asymptotic Convergence Factor for a Rectangle Under a Perturbation, Xiezhang Li

#### Submissions from 1992

Calculators in Elementary College Mathematics Courses, Deborah A. Bell

Consultantâ€™s Corners: Decision Making in Mathematics, James P. Braselton

Differential Equations with Mathematica, James P. Braselton and Martha L. Abell

Problems in Applied Mathematics with Mathematica, James P. Braselton and Martha L. Abell

Solving Problems in Applied Mathematics with Mathematica, James P. Braselton and Martha L. Abell

Solving Real-Life Problems with Computer Technology, James P. Braselton and Martha L. Abell

Introducing a Computer Lab into the Calculus Sequence, II, James P. Braselton and John W. Davenport

A Shewhart Control Chart Under 100% Sampling for Attribute Data, Charles W. Champ

The Convergence Rate for Chebyshev Semiiterative Methods With Estimated Complex Segment Spectrum, Xiezhang Li

#### Submissions from 1991

Using the TI-81 Calculator, Deborah A. Bell

Using the TI-81 Calculator For More Complicated Problems - Modeling in Earth Algebra, Deborah A. Bell

Using the TI-81 Calculator in College Algebra - Earth Algebra, Deborah A. Bell

Calculus II with Mathematica, James P. Braselton

Mathematica: Using a Computer Algebra System in Mathematics Courses, James P. Braselton

Exploring the Powers of Mathematica, James P. Braselton and Martha L. Abell

Mathematica: Beyond Calculus, James P. Braselton and Martha L. Abell

Integrating a Computer Algebra System into the Calculus Curriculum, James P. Braselton, Martha L. Abell, and John W. Davenport

Mathematica: Applications Beyond Calculus, James P. Braselton, Martha L. Abell, and John W. Davenport

Implementing Technology into the Mathematics Classroom, James P. Braselton and Arthur G. Sparks

Implementing Calculus as Formal Laboratory Courses Using Mathematica, James P. Braselton, Arthur G. Sparks, and John W. Davenport

Integrating Computer Algebra Systems into the Calculus Sequence, James P. Braselton, Arthur G. Sparks, and John W. Davenport

Integrating Technology into the Mathematics Curriculum, James P. Braselton, Arthur G. Sparks, and John W. Davenport

An Adaptive Methods for Solving Nonsymmetric Linear Systems Involving Application of SCPACK, Xiezhang Li