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Re: Good Mathematica book suggestions

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  • Subject: [mg857] Re: [mg786] Good Mathematica book suggestions
  • From: "Steven K.L. Leung" <stevenl at seas.ucla.edu>
  • Date: Wed, 26 Apr 1995 00:24:27 -0400

I think the Mathematica Book is already very good.

On Wed, 19 Apr 1995, Andrew Tucker wrote:

> I have used Mathematica for my first year Calculus classes and have really
> liked it.  I'm looking forward to using it for the rest of the classes 
> that I get to take to complete my Math degree.  
> 
> What I'm looking for is some suggestions of books that will help me apply 
> Mathematica to whatever subject I'm studying.  I have read most of the 
> text that came with the package, but it is more of a reference/intro and
> doesn't get really deep into any subject.
> 
> I've seen a ton of books in the bookstore, but I'm looking for reccomendations
> of books that you've liked.  Ideally it would be something general enough to 
> be used for many different subjects and not specific to any single one.  
> If it covers programming Mathematica, that would be even better, but I'm 
> assuming I'll need another source for that.  
> 
> Thanks!
> 
> --
> -----------------------------------------------------------------
> | /*   Andrew  */ | professional programmer, perpetual student, |  
> | ast at halcyon.com | aspiring compiler engineer                  |
> -----------------------------------------------------------------
> 
> 
> 


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