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Title

The Joy of Mathematica: A Point-and-Click Way to Use and Learn Mathematica
Authors

Alan Shuchat
Fred Shultz
Book information

Publisher: Addison-Wesley
Copyright year: 1994
ISBN: 0201591456
Medium: Paperback
Pages: 300
Out of print?: Y
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Contents

Book I: User's Guide | Algebra | Animation | One-Variable Calculus | Differential Equations | Multivariable Calculus | Matrices and Vectors | Extending Joy | Appendixes Book II: Applications and Explorations in Functions and Graphing | Applications and Explorations in Calculus | Further Applications and Explorations in Calculus | Applications and Explorations in Differential Equations | Applications and Explorations in Matrices and Vectors
Description

The Joy of Mathematica is a software program for the Macintosh that adds menus and dialog boxes while running concurrently with Mathematica. The book is both a software manual and an introduction to Mathematica. Teaches readers how to use The Joy of Mathematica software to solve problems in ways that reveal the extent of Mathematica's abilities and that are interesting in their own right.
Subject

*Mathematica Technology
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