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**Mathematica The Student ** written by
** Stephen Wolfram **

This book is shorter and simpler version of the book Mathematica. A system for doing Mathematics by Computer, 2nd Edtion. The descripitons of funcitons that are usually not relevant to students have been left out. However almost all of these undescribed funbctions are listed in boxes like the one to the right and you can get on line help about them by using or as discussed in section 1.4.

This book is intended to be a complete introduction to Mathematica. It describes essentially all the capabilities of Mathematica, and assumes no prior knowledge of the system.

In most uses of Mathematica, you will need to know only a small part of the system. This book is organized to make it easy for you to learn the part you need for a particular calculation. In many cases, for example, you may be able to set up your calculation simply by adapting some appropriate examples from the book.

**Book Detail :- **
** Title: ** Mathematica The Student
** Edition: **
** Author(s): ** Stephen Wolfram
** Publisher: ** Addison-Wesley Pub (Sd)
** Series: **
** Year: ** 1994
** Pages: ** 521
** Type: ** PDF
** Language: ** English
** ISBN: ** 0201554798,9780201554793
** Country: ** UK

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**About Author :- **

Author ** Stephen Wolfram ** is the creator of Mathematica, and a well-known scientist. He is widely regarded as the most important innovator in technical computing today, as well as one of the world's most original research scientists.
** Stephen Wolfram's books ** are very usefull.

He was Born in London in 1959, he was educated at Eton, Oxford and Caltech. He published his first scientific paper at the age of fifteen, and had received his PhD in theoretical physics from Caltech by the age of twenty. Wolfram's early scientific work was mainly in high-energy physics, quantum field theory and cosmology, and included several now-classic results. Having started to use computers in 1973, Wolfram rapidly became a leader in the emerging field of scientific computing, and in 1979 he began the construction of SMP—the first modern computer algebra system—which he released commercially in 1981.

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**Book Contents :- **
**Mathematica The Student ** written by
** Stephen Wolfram **
cover the following topics.
**Part-1 Basic Calculations**

1. Running Mathematics

2. Numetical Calculations

3. One Thing after another

4. Read and Complex Numbers

5. Integers

6. Algebra

7. Solving Equations

8. Plotting Curves

9. Two Dimensional Graphics

10. Three Dimensional Graphics

11. Lists
**Part 2 More Mathematics**

12. Differentiaiton and Limits

13. Roots and Minimization

14. Integration and Sums

15. Power Series

16. Vectors and Matrices

17. Linear Algebra

18. Approximating Functions

19. Differential Equations

20. Sufaces and Space Curves

21. Other Plots

22. Packages

23. Statistics
**Part-3 The Mathematica Language**

24. Expressions

25. Functional Operations

26. Patterns

27. Transfomation Rules and Definitions

28. Programming

29. Other Capabilities
**Part-4 Graphics and Sound**

30. Manipulating Plots

31. Animation and Sound

32. The Structure of Graphics

33. Coordinate Systems of Graphics

34. Color and Lighting

35. Labeling Graphics

36. bText in Grapics
**Appendix Summary of Mathematica**

1. Bosic Objects

2. Input Syntax

3. Some General Notations and Conventions

4. Patterns and Tranformation Rules

5. Listing of Built in Mathematics Objects

Index

- Abstract Algebra
- Calculus
- Differential Equations
- Engineering Mathematics
- Linear Algebra
- Math Magic
- Real Analysis