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This college textbook was written with a twofold purpose in mind: (1) to teach computer programming and (2) to teach mathematics. First-year college algebra is the prerequisite for a course using this book. The first half of the book teaches programming in BASIC. It assumes that students will have access to a time-sharing computer and that they have a teletype terminal that can read programs from and write programs to a paper tape. The second half of the book consists of applications covering topics related to precalculus mathematics. Although the programs in this book were developed on something like a DEC or General Electric time-sharing minicomputer running a primitive dialect of BASIC, I was able to run most of the programs listed in the book without modification on my TRS-80 Model I computer running Radio Shack's Level II Disk BASIC.
Chapter 1Introduction to BASIC
Chapter 2Writing a Program
Chapter 3Loops and Lists
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