Calculus and differential equations

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http://calcand.math.uiuc.edu/courseware/Mathematica%206.0%20Courseware/Matrices,%20Geometry&Mathematica/Lessons/MGM.09.EigenDynamics/

http://calcand.math.uiuc.edu/courseware/Mathematica%206.0%20Courseware/Matrices,%20Geometry&Mathematica/Lessons/