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  • From: "Roger L. Bagula" <rlbtftn at>
  • Date: Thu, 13 May 2004 00:08:33 -0400 (EDT)
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From:  Roger Bagula <tftn at e...>
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Subject: [mg48103]  Programs in Mathematica

Programs in Mathematica

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Here is a collection of programs in Mathematica, whose version is 2.03
or 3.0. Most of programs are quoted from books published in Japan.

For beginners, I show how to let Mathematica run. If you double-click
the icon of Mathematica, a blank sheet will pop up. Type your code (some
symbols consisting of numbers or letters) in the blank sheet and push
the "Shift + Return" key. Then the prompt In [1]:= may appear in front
of your input. Mathematica will process the input, and generate a
result. If it prints the result out, it will label it with Out[1]=. To
exit Mathematica, push the "quit" button on the upper right corner.

* Fractals
o Dragon curve

o The Julia set

o The Koch curve

o The Mandelbrot set


Murray Eisenberg wrote:
> Can you supply the URL (so I can give proper attribution should I use this)?
> Roger L. Bagula wrote:
>>I've attached a short Mandelbrot that works
>>which I found at a Japanese site.
>>There is a Mandelbrot 3d that came with 2.2 documentastion and was on 
>>the Math Source cd with information of using c programs with Mathematica.

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