Computing with Mathematica, Volume 1

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Academic Press, 1998 - Mathematica (Computer file). - 290 pages
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Computing with Mathematica is a student-friendly courseware which equips students with the necessary tools to use Mathematica to solve problems in their engineering, physics, statistics, mathematics, or computer science courses. As a tutorial, students will benefit from learning on their own how to use Mathematica for problem solving in technical fields. The authors have designed an accessible interactive text which consists of twelve electronic Mathematica notebooks for computation and visualization. This is the ideal learning program for introducing students to computing with Mathematica and for investigating topics. Features: * Contains an interactive CD-ROM consisting of twelve notebooks for version 2.2 of Mathematica as well as for version 3.0 * Explores a variety of topics which encourage students to think in terms of functional programming instead of procedural programming * Offers a variety of mathematics and computer science examples and exercises * Presents varied mathematical applications for study * Includes The Student Projects Manual for Computing with Mathematica which offers descriptions of student projects and implementation suggestions

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An Introduction
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Hoft-Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti

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