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Re: Advice on "MMA for Scientists and Engineers" Book

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  • Subject: [mg2011] Re: Advice on "MMA for Scientists and Engineers" Book
  • From: jroberts at euler.gac.peachnet.edu (J.S. Robertson)
  • Date: Thu, 14 Sep 1995 23:28:07 -0400
  • Organization: Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Georgia, College, Milledgeville, GA

Another book to consider might be "Enginerring Mathematics and Mathematica"
(McGraw-Hill, $14.95).   It has about 26 or so "labs" which use MMA for different
engineering applications.

Jack


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