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Topic: Books
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Martijn Smit

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Books
Posted: Aug 31, 1996 3:00 AM
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Hi There,

As I'm rather new to the world of Mathematica, I've decided to make a
nifty jumpstart by buying the best book in town. Problem is though
that there're some books around, and 1 of them is the best.
Could anyone tell me the title of that particular book? I'm a student
astrophysics at the state university Groningen, Holland and my
intrests go out to, beside the basics, simulation and solving
differential equations.
regards,
Martijn (Naish@pi.net)







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