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- A comparative study of the traditional calculus course vs. the calculus & mathematica course
- A crash course in Mathematica
- A physicist's guide to Mathematica
- An engineer's guide to Mathematica
- Bayesian logical data analysis for the physical sciences : a comparative approach with Mathematica support
- Biochemical thermodynamics : applications of Mathematica
- Complex analysis with Mathematica
- Computational financial mathematics using Mathematica : optimal trading in stocks and options
- Computer science with Mathematica : theory and practice for science, mathematics, and engineering
- Computing with Mathematica
- Computing with mathematica
- Continuum mechanics using Mathematica : fundamentals, applications, and scientific computing
- Continuum mechanics using Mathematica : fundamentals, applications, and scientific computing
- Continuum mechanics using Mathematica® : fundamentals, methods, and applications
- Differential equations : an introduction with Mathematica
- Differential equations with Mathematica
- Differential equations with Mathematica
- Differential equations with Mathematica
- Differential equations with mathematica
- Discrete dynamical systems and difference equations with Mathematica
- Dynamical systems with applications using mathematica
- Electrotechnical systems : calculation and analysis with Mathematica® and PSpice®
- Exploring abstract algebra with Mathematica
- Exploring analytic geometry with Mathematica
- Exploring scanning probe microscopy with Mathematica
- Exploring scanning probe microscopy with mathematica
- Exploring scanning probe microscopy with mathematica
- First steps in Mathematica
- Foundations of fluid mechanics with applications : problem solving using Mathematica®
- Generalized collocation methods : solutions to nonlinear problems
- Getting started with Mathematica
- Getting started with mathematica
- Graduate mathematical physics : with MATHEMATICA supplements
- Graphics with Mathematica : fractals, Julia sets, patterns and natural forms
- Introduction to Mathematica® for physicists
- Introduction to Mathematica® for physicists
- Introduction to scientific programming : computational problem solving with Mathematica and C
- Introduction to scientific programming : computational problem solving with Mathematica and C
- Introduction to the mathematics of operations research with Mathematica
- Introductory statistics and random phenomena : uncertainty, complexity, and chaotic behavior in engineering and science
- Maple and Mathematica : a problem solving approach for mathematics
- Maple and Mathematica : a problem solving approach for mathematics
- Mastering Mathematica : programming methods and applications
- MathLink : network programming with Mathematica
- Mathematica 3.0 standard add-on packages
- Mathematica 3.0 standard add-on packages
- Mathematica : a practical approach
- Mathematica : a practical approach
- Mathematica : a problem-centered approach
- Mathematica as a tool : an introduction with practical examples
- Mathematica beyond mathematics : the Wolfram language in the real world
- Mathematica by example
- Mathematica demystified
- Mathematica for physics
- Mathematica for theoretical physics
- Mathematica for theoretical physics, Classical mechanics and nonlinear dynamics
- Mathematica for theoretical physics, Electrodynamics, quantum mechanics, general relativity, and fractals
- Mathematica in action : problem solving through visualization and computation
- Mathematica in the laboratory
- Mathematica laboratories for mathematical statistics : emphasizing simulation and computer intensive methods
- Mathematica laboratories for mathematical statistics : emphasizing simulation and computer intensive methods
- Mathematica navigator : graphics and methods of applied mathematics
- Mathematica navigator : mathematics, statistics, and graphics
- Mathematical methods in physics and engineering with Mathematica
- Mathematical methods using Mathematica : for students of physics and related fields
- Mathematical statistics with Mathematica
- Mathematica® : a problem-centered approach
- Mechanics and dynamical systems with Mathematica
- Micromechanics with Mathematica
- Modelling stochastic fibrous materials with Mathematica
- Modern differential geometry of curves and surfaces with Mathematica
- Neoclassical physics
- Numerical and analytical methods for scientists and engineers using mathematica
- Numerical and analytical methods for scientists and engineers using mathematica
- Numerical and analytical methods for scientists and engineers using mathematica
- Partial differential equations : an introduction with Mathematica and MAPLE
- Partial differential equations : an introduction with Mathematica and MAPLE
- Partial differential equations and boundary value problems with Mathematica
- Principles of linear algebra with Mathematica
- Scientific computing with Mathematica : mathematical problems for ordinary differential equations
- Simulating society : a Mathematica toolkit for modeling socioeconomic behavior
- Solving nonlinear partial differential equations with Maple and Mathematica
- Statistics with Mathematica
- Symmetry theory in molecular physics with Mathematica : a new kind of tutorial book
- The Mathematica book
- The Mathematica guidebook for symbolics
- The art of modeling in science and engineering with Mathematica
- The beginner's guide to Mathematica, version 4
- The mathematica book
- The mathematica guidebook for numerics
- The student's introduction to Mathematica : a handbook for precalculus, calculus, and linear algebra

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