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Experiments in Undergraduate Mathematics: A Mathematica-Based Approach
Experiments in Undergraduate Mathematics: A Mathematica-Based Approach
by Phillip Kent, Philip Ramsden, John Wood
  • Publisher: Imperial College Press
  • Year: 1996
  • ISBN: 1860940277 (Hardcover)
  • 300 pp
  • Book Includes: Floppy disk
Description
Contains Mathematica-based learning modules on topics traditionally covered in the A-level syllabus of English and Welsh schools. Suitable for freshman level college calculus courses in North America.

The topics covered in the book roughly correspond to those traditionally studied in the English and Welsh mathematics A-level school syllabus. The first year undergraduate with mathematics A-level will find the book most useful for revision. In North American terms, the book is suitable for freshman calculus. An electronic supplement by Phillip Kent is included.

Full information about this book can be found at http://metric.ma.ic.ac.uk/book. Contents
Getting Started with Mathematica | Foundations (Functions & Graphs, Trigonometry, Sequences) | Calculus (Differentiation, Integration, Series) | Vectors and Matrices | Complex Numbers Related Topics
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