You should try to download a personal copy of Sage or make sure you can use one of the online servers available to you. Then, complete the following tasks.

1. Perform a basic calculation of your choice using multiplication, addition and division.

2. Learn how to use the plot command to plot the function $f(x)=e^{-x}\sin(x)$ on the domain $-2\leq x\leq 2$ and plot the curve using a dashed line that is a color other than blue.

3. Using the fact that the command

`E=[2*i for i in [0..50]]`

makes E the list of even integers up to 100 (after entering the command type E and return to see this list), change the code to create a list O that will be the set of odd integers up to 100 (without typing them in by hand).

4. What happens if you perform the following command?

`[0,1,2]+[3,4,5]`

Is that what you would expect or not?

5. Using the parametric plot feature, draw the graph of anything you want (either come up with your own drawing, or find a cool looking curve online such as the Batman curve from the video, which was actually drawn using implicit plots).

Remark: To input text and not get an error, the easiest way is to enclose the text in single quotation marks. For instance

`'This is text'`

should output the string when you evaluate the code. This will provide you with a way to answer explanation questions on the Sage projects. If you want to avoid the quotation marks showing up, you can type

`print 'This is text'`