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Intro. Mathematica Course on the Web

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  • Subject: [mg5807] Intro. Mathematica Course on the Web
  • From: Levasseur <levasseu at mail.fxbbs.com>
  • Date: Wed, 22 Jan 1997 00:44:13 -0500
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

Know anyone who is interested in learning Mathematica from the ground up
AND earn three university credits from a nationally accredited
university AND not have to leave the comfort of his/her own home?

 "Computer Algebra with Mathematica" is one of several courses (also
incl. Java, Visual Basic...) offered thought the UMass Lowell CyberEd
program (http://cybered.uml.edu).   You need to have taken at least two
semesters of calculus and one of programming.  You also need Mathematica
3.0 and an Web connection that supports frames.

Classes start soon, but you still have time to sign up!

Ken Levasseur (instructor, Computer Algebra with Mathematica)


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