








Mathematica: A ProblemCentered Approach












Publisher:  Springer (London) 
  






Introduction  Defining Functions  Lists  Changing Heads!  A Bit of Logic and Set Theory  Sums and Products  Loops and Repetitions  Substitution, Mathematica Rules  Pattern Matching  Functions with Multiple Definitions  Recursive Functions  Linear Algebra  Graphics  Calculus and Equations  Solutions to the Exercises






Mathematica: A ProblemCentered Approach introduces the vast array of features and powerful mathematical functions of Mathematica using a multitude of clearly presented examples and worked out problems. Each section starts with a description of a new topic and some basic examples. The intention is to enable the reader to learn from the codes, thus avoiding long and exhausting explanations. While based on a computer algebra course taught to undergraduate students of mathematics, science, engineering and finance, the book also includes chapters on calculus and solving equations, and graphics, thus covering all the basic topics in Mathematica. With its strong focus upon programming and problem solving, and an emphasis on using numerical problems that do not need any particular background in mathematics, this book is also ideal for selfstudy and as an introduction to researchers who wish to use Mathematica as a computational tool. Mathematica®: A ProblemCentered Approach comes with a free 30 day trial of the Wolfram Mathematica software












Algebra, Calculus, Finance, Engineering, Boolean, Graphics







   
 
