Mathematica for Calculus-Based Physics
This workbook/laboratory manual, designed for the first- or second-year physics student, integrates a computer algebra system, Mathematica, with calculus-based physics. Students learn physics, mathematics, and Mathematica by applying the system to numerous physics problems drawn from a broad range of topics in introductory calculus-based physics. Mathematica's extensive use of graphs helps students visualize solutions as well as find analytical solutions to the problems, which often are skills needed in physics research.
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Functions Derivatives and Numerical
Vectors Baseballs Planets and Moonshots
Using Mathematica to do Traditional Physics
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