The Beginner's Guide to Mathematica, Version 2 / Edition 1by Theodore W. Gray, Jerry Glynn
Pub. Date: 01/28/1992
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Mathematica is a system for doing mathematics by computer. It supports numerical, symbolic, and graphical computation. It is also a high-level programming language. Mathematica has become a tool of choice for scientists, engineers, and students around the world.
The Beginner's Guide to Mathematica is designed to help new users get started quickly and easily. In 40 concise chapters, authors Gray and Glynn answer the most commonly asked questions about Mathematica. The presentation is informal, with just enough detail to smooth your way. Each chapter is self-contained, so that the book may be read from beginning to end as a tutorial, or be used later as a reference.
Written by a Mathematica insider and a prominent mathematics educator, this guide should be the first place to look when learning how to use a fascinating and powerful computational aid.
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