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Re: What is Mathmatica

  • Subject: [mg3227] Re: [mg3193] What is Mathmatica
  • From: mathes at esaab.math.missouri.edu (Elias Saab)
  • Date: 19 Feb 1996 08:07:41 -0600
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On Tue, 13 Feb 1996, Thomas Bates wrote:

> Although I have a general idea what mathematica is I still wonder: if I used
> the program to learn calculus would I have learned the subject just as
> well as if I learned it the old fashion way?
> 
> Thnaks
> 
> Tom
> 
If you try to discover Calculus using Mathematica, you will understand
Calculus better than the traditional way. Visit the following homepages
http://www-cm.math.uiuc.edu
and
http://www.phlab.missouri.edu/~math201h
Elias Saab



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