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KS Bhamra
06/02/02 00:06am

Dear Sir
Hello!

I am in fact looking for list of books on "Mathematica 4.1" dealing with Mathematics and Mathematical Physics.

I am searching for those books which will help me in writing the program for solving problems on differential equations, Boundary Value Problems, Initial Value problems and Eigen Vlaue problems

The Manual which I recieved with Mathematica 4.1 is too big and elaborate one, no dought it is very good on. For the beginer, I feel it is little difficult

Thanking you

KS Bhamra
Mathematics Department
Manipur University
Imphal - 795 003 (MAnipur)
INDIA
T/0385 - 435091



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Good Mathmatica books? Mpayne 10/09/98 4:36pm
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Re: Good Mathmatica books? KS Bhamra 06/02/02 00:06am
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