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Re: help!!

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  • Subject: [mg66631] Re: help!!
  • From: "Scout" <Scout at nodomain.com>
  • Date: Thu, 25 May 2006 02:57:45 -0400 (EDT)
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"SolitoBip" <philipmorris1234 at hotmail.com> news:e514fm$97i$1 at smc.vnet.net...
> hi at all! I'm an italian student. I want to know "Mathematica" program 
> but
> my teacher gave me a very big book with english instruction! Where i find 
> an
> italian instruction?! Please help me!!
>
> Solitobip
>
Hi.
Take a look at these introductory books:

    * G.C.Barozzi (con P. Antognini), "Matematica & Mathematica - 
Un'introduzione al sistema Mathematica di S.Wolfram.", Zanichelli ed., 
Bologna, 1995.

    * G. Campanella, "Un'introduzione a Mathematica"

With your preferred search engine you can find also more resources and 
tutorials about the use of Mathematica.
But for a comprehensive and advanced use of the system, the Stephen Wolfram 
books are necessary.

Hope this helps,
    ~Scout~




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