Mathematica is a software package for manipulating and visualizing mathematical concepts. Many Hendrix mathematics classes use it, starting with the calculus sequence and going through our most advanced courses.

Mathematica is installed for student use on all computers in the MCReynolds 314 laboratory. Any Hendrix student is welcome to use this laboratory. Students are welcome to purchase discounted licenses through Wolfram's Web store.

Ways to get started:

  1. Watch the Hands-On Start to Mathematica tutorial screencast.
  2. Explore the Learning Center for topics relevant to your interests.
  3. Launch Mathematica, open the Classroom Assistant, and perform your first few computations.

We also have Mathematica installed in the MCReynolds classrooms 110, 315, and 317. In each of these, the lecturer computer with a projection system has Mathematica available.