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Re: Learning maths with mathematica

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  • Subject: [mg117240] Re: Learning maths with mathematica
  • From: hrh1818 <hrhan at>
  • Date: Sat, 12 Mar 2011 05:10:28 -0500 (EST)
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On Mar 11, 3:33 am, "Berthold Hamburger" <b-hambur... at>
> Hi,
> I am going to fulfil a lifelong dream and  will embark on a long distance
> physics university course in autumn after spending most of my working life
> as a professional musician in the abstract world of music. For this
> endeavour I have to brush up and recover my long lost maths basics.
> After discovering and trying out Mathematica I have purchased the home
> version of this amazing program which, after spending some time with it, I
> consider to be the swiss knife of everything.
> I would like to ask for recommendations about what would be the best way to
> use the program for the process of studying and practising maths. Are there
> any course books available that would outline a path to be followed in
> combination with using Mathematica? I am currently studying Jerry P. King's
> "Mathematics in 10 lessons" to get the basics back, but I am a little
> overwhelmed by the amount of topics that have to be covered and would
> appreciate some recommendations in terms of organizing my studies with the
> help of Mathematica.
> Regards
> Berthold Hamburger
> --
> Berthold Hamburger - Cellist/Spain
> Email: beha... at

One sugestion
If you could tell us what field physics you will be studying perhaps
someone could recommend a book nearer to your area of interest.


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