Schaum's Outlines of Theory and Problems of Mathematica
Eugene Don, 2001, McGraw-Hill, 342 pp., softcover.
An introduction to Mathematica, aimed at students, with each
focusing on a specific application of Mathematica. As a study
supplies a comprehensive, step-by-step approach to understanding the
computer program. Numerous solved problems and examples demonstrate and
reinforce ideas discussed in each chapter. Mathematica commands
examples are clearly classified according to type. The index of commands
and applications expedites referencing.
Getting Acquainted | Basic Concepts | Lists | Two-Dimensional Graphics |
Three-Dimensional Graphics | Equations | Algebra and Trigonometry |
Differential Calculus | Integral Calculus | Multivariate Calculus |
Ordinary Differential Equations | Linear Algebra
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