Mathematical Analysis using Mathematica

Author: Cesar Lopez Perez
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Genres: Mathematics
Publish Date: January 16, 2016
ISBN10: 1523440023
Pages: 288
File Type: PDF
Language: English
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Book Preface
We can use Mathematica as a powerful numerical computer. Most calculators handle numbers only with a degree of precision preset, however Mathematica makes exact calculations with precision which is necessary. In addition, unlike calculators, we can perform operations not only with individual numbers, but also with objects such as arrays.
Most of the themes of the classical numerical calculus, are treated in this software. It supports matrix calculus, statistics, interpolation, fit by least squares, numerical integration, minimization of functions, linear programming, numerical algebraic and differential equations resolution and a long list of processes of numerical analysis that we’ll see as the successive issues of this book.
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