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Maple and Mathematica, A Problem Solving Approach for Mathematics
Maple and Mathematica, A Problem Solving Approach for Mathematics
by Inna Shingareva, Carlos Lizarraga-Celaya
  • Publisher: Springer-Verlag
  • Year: 2007
  • ISBN: 9783211732649 (Paperback)
  • 263 pp
This handbook presents side-by-side comparisons of Mathematica and Maple, enabling Maple users to quickly learn Mathematica, and vice versa. It also provides core material for incorporating Mathematica and Maple as working tools into different undergraduate mathematics courses including algebra, geometry, calculus, complex functions, special functions, integral transforms, and mathematical equations.

The parallel presentation enables students, mathematicians, scientists, and engineers to easily find equivalent functions on each of these algebra programs.

Written for the Mathematica 5 series, Part I describes the foundations of both Mathematica and Maple, showing how each one solves equivalent problems and solutions. Part II describes mathematics with Mathematica and Maple by using equivalent problems. Contents
Foundations of Maple and Mathematica
Maple | Mathematica
Mathematics: Maple and Mathematica
Graphics | Algebra | Geometry | Calculus | Complex Functions | Special Functions| Integral and Discrete Transforms| Mathematical Equations | References | General Index | Maple Index | Mathematica Index Related Topics
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