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Re: Re: Books - tutorials / reference guides

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  • Subject: [mg3316] Re: [mg3268] Re: Books - tutorials / reference guides
  • From: Phil Moore <moorep at MARSHALL.EDU>
  • Date: Mon, 26 Feb 1996 02:55:16 -0500
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

	I'm going to be teaching a course in programming in Mathematica.  
The students should have had an introduction to Mathematica in our 
calculus course, but may not have had a previous programming course.  Any 
suggestions?
	I have one of the three that are mentioned on the web page and 
have asked for desk copies of two others (the fourth may or may not be 
revised and is thus unavailable).  Any books not mentioned, but worth 
mentioning?

Phil Moore
moorep at marshall.edu




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